File A Complaint

You may file a complaint with the Division of Professional Regulation (DPR) against a person or business that holds a professional license if you believe that the person has violated the law or rules of his or her profession or the business has violated the law or rules of its profession. The license law and regulations for each profession are available on this website

You may also file a complaint against an unlicensed person who is practicing a profession that requires a professional license or against a business that is operating without the required professional license. To find out if the person or facility holds a professional license, see Search and Verify License.

DPR cannot investigate complaints that solely concern billing or insurance issues. You may wish to file billing complaints with the Department of Justice Consumer Protection Division or insurance complaints with the Department of Insurance.

Your Information

To file a complaint, select the appropriate Profession from the drop-down list. If you cannot find the profession, click HERE.

Provide the necessary contact information for each field. Each field noted by (*) is a required field.

Who Are You Complaining About?

To register a complaint, provide the complete contact information for whom you are filing the complaint against.

Complaint Information

Please describe your complaint in detail. List services provided by the licensee, registrant, certificate holder or individual. Include the dates, times and locations where you believe offenses occurred and the nature of your complaint. To the best of your ability, outline how you believe the subject of your complaint has committed unprofessional conduct, unlicensed activity, or other violation.

If this complaint is about a healthcare profession, please include information about the patient and date of birth.