If You Need A Nurses Attorney, We Can Help!
If something has come up that could affect your nursing license, and you're debating whether you need an attorney, you probably do.
Whether an incident has occurred in the workplace, you’ve been arrested for something, or the board of nursing in Texas has contacted you about an allegation or complaint, we can help!
The focus of our law practice is to help nurses defend their licenses, including traveling nurses.
Your nursing license is your livelihood, and it’s important that you do everything you can to protect it. Any mark against you could become public record, be entered into national nursing databases, and follow you around for years to come.
Even if the incident seems minor – something that could be easily explained away or resolved – the consequences could have a major impact on your nursing career.
Whether a complaint was filed against you because of retaliation, a misunderstanding, or an error you made (in judgement or practice), we can provide a vigorous defense for you.
No matter what stage you’re in, it’s not too late to bring us in for help!
We can provide support through all phrases of the license defense process, including:
- denials of licensure
- allegations or complaints
- conferences and administrative hearings
- disciplinary settlements (sanctions)
- license reinstatements
We help all types of nurses, including: LVNs, LPNs, RNs, ANPs, NPs, and CNSs.
If you’d like to know more about how we can help you, please schedule a free legal consultation. Call (512) 584-8299, or e-mail email@example.com.
Please note: Kevin Keaney earned his BSN from UT Austin and worked as a nurse for six years, before becoming an attorney. He has more than 30 years legal experience and is licensed to practice in Texas, Oregon, and Washington.