Nursing License Defense Attorney
Representing Nurses Facing State Board Scrutiny
Chances are that you got into the nursing field because you value the opportunity to serve patients and participate in their treatment and recovery. If your nursing license is under threat for any reason, you deserve the opportunity to defend your ability to work.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass, we represent nurses nationwide who are facing investigations and revocation proceedings with their state nursing boards. Contact us for a free initial consultation with experienced, nursing license defense lawyer Jeffrey Grass.
Skillfully Guiding Nurses Through Investigations
When allegations are made that call into question whether a nurse should be allowed to maintain a license, those allegations are typically investigated by state nursing board staff. Nurses who are being investigated have a right to be represented by a defense attorney.
State nursing boards regulate many different categories of nurses, depending on the state. These categories include but are not limited to the following:
- Licensed vocational nurses (LVNs)
- Licensed practical nurses (LPNs)
- Registered nurses (RNs)
- Nurse practitioners (NPs)
- Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs)
- Clinical nurse specialists (CNSs)
- Certified nurse midwives (CNMs)
If allegations have been made about the quality of your nursing or any other issue that could cause you to lose your nursing license, it is important to retain a defense lawyer right away.
Even the most informal investigations, such as questioning by telephone, can have serious consequences later on. You should not speak to any nursing board investigators or board members without an attorney present.
A Nationwide Perspective on Nursing License Issues
We offer defense representation to nurses facing investigations by nursing license authorities nationwide. We have successfully defending nurses in many states, including but not limited to Texas and California. Each state has its own laws governing the regulation of nurses, but there are some significant similarities nationwide.
If you've been given notice of an investigation into your nursing license, don't hesitate to contact our experienced defense attorneys.