You have worked hard to build a profession as a licensed nurse. However, all of that hard work and dedication can be wiped away if you lose your license. If you have received a notice of complaint from the Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN), you should immediately seek experienced legal counsel. Now is the time to be proactive because when you receive a complaint from the KBN, you are subjected to the legal process, both statutory and regulatory. In some matters, nurses have not done anything wrong but are the target of unjust complaints.
To successfully defend your license, you need an attorney who has a thorough understanding of the administrative processes and can adequately protect your license. At Strause Law Group, PLLC, a major focus of our firm is administrative and regulatory compliance law. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing nurses and other professionals who are facing disciplinary action by their respective licensing boards.
Experienced Defense Against All Allegations
Our professional licensure defense attorneys have extensive experience handling administrative law hearings concerning all complaints and allegations of wrongdoing, including but not limited to:
- Breaching the standard of care
- Misappropriation of medications
- Allegations of drug and/or alcohol abuse
- Patient charting issues
- Falsification of records
- Employment/personnel issues
- Patient abuse
- A crime involving dishonesty
- Negligent or willful acts in a manner inconsistent with the practice of nursing
- Restoration of license
- Employment matters
- Impairment of the ability to practice as a result of chemical dependency, alcohol abuse or mental illness
At Strause Law Group, PLLC, we understand the anxiety our clients experience when their license is in jeopardy. Therefore, not only do we provide a vigorous defense against any allegation you may be facing, but we also stand by your side every step of the way to ensure you fully understand exactly what is happening in your matter.
Whether you are a registered nurse (RN), an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or a licensed practical nurse (LPN), we will work to help you protect your license. Connect with our firm today to learn how we can help.
We are dedicated to helping you protect and preserve your ability to practice nursing. Contact our nursing licensure defense attorneys online or call 502-498-8268 or 859-428-7029 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your case.
Our Louisville offices are conveniently located close to the Board of Nursing headquarters, which allows immediate responsiveness from our attorneys should an issue arise requiring their appearance. With so much at stake, you should not have to face these inquiries alone.