Aggresive Defense for Nursing Licenses
In recent years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of nurses working in the medical field, and the Board of Registered Nursing has been taking a much more proactive and aggressive approach to the discipline of licensed nursing professionals. Working through the administrative process of a complaint and accusation is not something you should do on your own. Administrative law is complex, and you stand a much better chance of retaining your license if you work with an experienced administrative law attorney.
Tracy Green, founding attorney of Green & Associates, has been serving the health care industry as an attorney for more than 25 years. Our attorneys can walk you through the entire process and help you defend your nursing license. We represent clients in Los Angeles and throughout California.
Early Intervention - Call Now
"The best time to call us is when you receive notification of a complaint. Do not wait until the board gathers data and issues a formal accusation. Although I can help you at that point, too, I can do a lot more to help you if you get us involved early." ∙ Tracy Green, Attorney at law
Some of the benefits of early intervention can include:
- Alternative programs If the disciplinary problems involve substance abuse or addiction, there are a number of options available, including diversion programs, voluntary recovery programs and professional health monitoring programs. Taking steps early to treat the drug or alcohol abuse problems can go a long way to minimizing the disciplinary action taken by the board.
- Presenting evidence When the board receives a complaint, it will do preliminary data gathering to see whether the allegations are substantiated to determine whether to move forward with disciplinary action. This is the best time to get us involved, because we might be able to prevent the board from bringing a formal accusation against you.
- Preparing your strategy Every case is different. The best way to handle license defense is to prepare an individualized strategy based on the unique facts and circumstances of your case as early as possible.
Do not wait. Although you might be nervous and even embarrassed about the situation, we are here to help you. Call (213) 233-2260 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a lawyer from Green & Associates.