- Registered Nurses (RN)
- Certified Registered Nursing Anesthetists (CRNA)
- Nurse Practitioners (NP)
- Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
- Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
The extraordinary burdens placed on nurses in current medical facilities lead many nurses to fall victim to unfounded accusations and disciplinary issues. The nursing community, now more than ever, needs to be aware of the legal representation available to them in these difficult and stressful times. The regulations and administrative procedures that must be followed when presenting a defense to such accusations and allegations require the representation of an experienced and knowledgeable attorney in order to successfully navigate through the complex issues and present the best defense possible. Whether it is the improper administration of a patient’s medication or the failure to document an order, the duties of the nursing profession place nurses in many difficult positions.
- Do you need an attorney?
- Have you received notice of a licensing board investigation?
- Have you been charged with a crime and have to report it to your board?
- Are you having trouble getting licensed?
- Have you been accused of substance abuse or diverting narcotics?
Legal assistance during this time is vital in order to ensure that you have the best opportunity to keep your license while simultaneously reducing the consequences of the issue at hand. An unfavorable ruling can have long lasting impacts on your professional career. Due to these potential impacts, it is imperative to reach out to a reliable attorney who is dedicated to assisting you in this time of need.
If your nursing license or ability to work is at risk, contact Chelle Law today!