Protecting Nurses From Losing Their Licenses

Obtaining a nursing license was hard work, so you must protect it. However, mistakes can happen, and your record can be a solid defense to prevent the loss of your license. The licensing board must be shown why you deserve to maintain your license, even if there is a cost associated with potential disciplinary actions. To build this defense, you need an experienced Minneapolis nursing license defense lawyer working beside you.

Jennifer Speas will be by your side to navigate the entire process from the moment you are notified of the allegations until the case is concluded. Having an experienced attorney is imperative, as it allows you to continue to deal with the things you need to do before facing the board while leaving the stressful legal process to your professional license defense attorney. Doing so will decrease the odds of losing your license.

Fighting Complaints Made Against You

The source of complaints to the Minnesota Board of Nursing ranges from other nurses, patients, employers, families of patients, prosecutors, or law enforcement officers. Acts that happened with a fellow employee, patient or even something personal that could be deemed a potential interference with your ability to be a nurse can be reported.

Most often, complaints consist of falsification of documents, documentation errors, improper practices, patient abuse, being too unstable to practice, criminal conviction, drug abuse, negative reviews and unprofessional conduct. Many professional people throughout Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the entire Twin Cities have been accused of any of these but have successfully navigated the process with the help of Ms. Speas, a professional license attorney who gets to the bottom of the matter.

Advising You Through The Investigation Process

As soon as the Board of Nursing has received a complaint, they begin to investigate it. First is the informal Settlement Conference, followed by the Agreed Order Negotiations. Once all of the evidence has been put together, the nurse may face formal charges. Case proceedings will begin and at that time, your Minneapolis nursing license defense attorney can make motions to appeal or rehear the case. The actions of the board can be appealed in District Court if you and Ms. Speas aren’t satisfied with the actions of the board. A victory in District Court results in being able to keep your license.

This process is arduous, and the consequences of a lost license are far-reaching, so it is extremely important to have an experienced Minneapolis and St. Paul attorney involved as soon as possible. Having an attorney involved from the very start ensures that you meet the allegations with the strongest defense possible. Even if the process has begun and you haven’t yet contacted an attorney, having an attorney at some point increases the odds of your license being saved.

Act Now To Protect Your License

If you have been accused of a violation, having Jennifer Speas advocating for you as your attorney can ensure that you keep your nursing license. Your license can be preserved with a solid defense that you can count on. To find out more about how the Speas Law Firm, P.A., can help you, call 612-333-6160 to schedule an initial consultation.