License Defense For Nurses In Texas
If so, you should consider hiring an attorney. Even if you think you can handle the situation on your own, or would prefer not to “make a big deal of it,” it is worth a call to find out your options.
You have worked hard to earn and maintain your nursing license, and it is important that you protect not only your livelihood, but also your reputation.
At our law firm, we have experience in all of the potential situations that could put a nursing license in jeopardy, including the following:
- practicing on an expired nursing license
- falsification of documents
- substance abuse (alcohol or drugs)
- criminal arrests
- continuing education violations
- dishonesty, fraud, and deceit
- sexual misconduct
- boundary issues or boundary violations
- patient abandonment
We can assist you in all aspects of the disciplinary process for nurses in Texas, including:
- allegation or complaint
- settlement (discipline)
- administrative hearing
- violations of the NPA (Nursing Practice Act)
- Texas Courts
- KSTAR Nursing
- Petition for reinstatement
If you have questions about defending your nursing license, or if you would like to schedule a free legal consultation, call (512) 829-5619, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Kevin Keaney has more than 30 years experience as an attorney. Prior to become a lawyer, Kevin earned his BSN degree from the University of Texas at Austin and worked as a nurse for four years. He’s licensed to practice law in Texas, Oregon, and Washington.