Benefits Of Hiring A Lawyer for Nursing License Defense
If you have questions or concerns about issues related to your nursing license, please call to schedule a free consultation with a nurses attorney, (503) 232-9280.
Anyone can file a complaint with the Texas board of nursing (BON), including patients, family members, co-workers, and employers. Even if the allegation against you has no merit, it can upend your life and potentially affect your nursing career for years to come.
The license defense process can be complicated and stressful, even when the outcome is relatively favorable. There’s no need to go through it alone!
- allegation or complaint
- settlement or discipline (known as “Agreed Orders”)
- informal settlement
- formal settlement
Every step of the way, we’ll advocate for you and help you make good decisions. If we can’t reach an agreement with the board of nursing that’s acceptable to you, we can represent you in an Administrative Hearing and before the Texas Court of Appeals, if necessary.
Your nursing license is your livelihood, one of the most valuable assets you have. Anything that impacts your license potentially impacts your ability to practice nursing, not only in Texas but also in other states. That’s why it’s so important to vigorously defend your nursing license.
Even if you haven’t heard from the board of nursing but are worried that someone might file a complaint, we can also help. We can provide advice and guidance, including how to gather and protect potential evidence.
If you have questions, or would like to schedule a free consultation with a nurses attorney, call (503) 232-9280, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please make note: Kevin Keaney is an experienced nurses attorney who has been practicing for more than 30 years. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Kevin earned his BSN from the University of Texas Austin and practiced as a nurse for four years. He is a member of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys and is licensed to practice law in Texas, Oregon, and Washington.