When the Board receives your complaint, it will be initially reviewed to determine if there is a possibility of imminent danger to the health, safety and welfare to the public. If there is, then the complaint will be forwarded directly to the Board's legal counsel. If not, a copy of the complaint will then be sent to the respondent asking for his or her response within 14 business days. The complaint and the response will be forwarded to the Board's legal counsel for review. If additional information is necessary an investigation will be initiated. The Board's legal counsel will present the findings to the Board, which has the sole authority to determine the appropriate action. You will be notified of the Board's decision.
What happens when I file a complaint?
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