Fraud & Regulatory

CARE QUALITY COMMISSION ENFORCEMENTS AND PROSECUTIONS

Rachel Adamson and her team have successfully challenged the CQC for many years. Rachel instinctively understands the challenges care providers are facing and has extensive experience in representing organisations and individuals facing enforcement procedures; poor inspection reports and other compliance action being taken by the CQC.

At Adkirk Law we can help you challenge Fixed Penalty Notices, Warning Notices, Ratings and Enforcement decisions. We can help you draft a robust response to a Notice of Proposal to cancel, vary, suspend or refuse your registration. We can defend you against a Notice of Decisions to take away your registration. If this is an urgent Notice of Decision made under S30 or S31 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (HSCA) we can defend you. We understand the regulation regime that you need to comply with to operate as a care provider whether you are a care home, nursing home, domiciliary care provider, GP/Dentist surgery or more specialist care provider.

ADKIRK LAW IS ABLE TO ADVISE ON THE FOLLOWING:-

  • Representations to a Notice of Proposal to cancel, vary, suspend or refuse your registration;
  • Appeal against a Notice of Decision to the First Tier Tribunal (Care Standards Tribunal);
  • Represent you in the Magistrates’ Court (for a S30 HSCA application or if you are charged with a criminal breach of regulations);
  • Defend you in an interview under caution;
  • Defend you in a criminal prosecution;
  • Draft a Ratings Review Request on your behalf;
  • Assist you with a factual accuracy response on draft inspection reports;
  • Challenge Fixed Penalty Notices;
  • Challenge Warning Notices;
  • Adult Safeguarding;
  • Inquests.

Our experienced team of CQC solicitors have the experience and knowledge to look at the required level of detail to represent you. Contact our expert solicitors on 0330 111 2814 or complete our online enquiry form below.

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