1. Are you currently on probation with the State Nursing Board and you need legal assistance and counseling and advising with respect to the terms and conditions of probation?
2. Is your nursing license suspended and you need assistance with meeting the terms and conditions for reinstatement?
3. Have you received a Potential Violation Report from the Ohio Nursing Board?
4. Have you received a Notice of Complaint from the Kentucky Board of Nursing or the Indiana Office of Attorney General?
5. Have your received an Order for a Chemical Dependency evaluation from the Kentucky Nursing Board?
6. Have you received a proposed Consent Agreement from the Ohio Nursing Board?
7. Are you scheduled for an investigative meeting with the Ohio or Kentucky Nursing Board?
8. Have you been told to self-report to the State Nursing Board?
9. Are you planning to enter into a State Nursing Board Alternative Program for Chemical Dependency?
10. Have you been charged with a crime, even if its unrelated to your nursing practice and you are wondering how a plea or conviction will impact your nursing license or career?
11. Are you considering an Endorsement Application for Licensure with the Ohio, Kentucky, and/or Indiana Nursing Boards and you have affirmative responses?
12. Are you considering an Application for Licensure by Examination with the Ohio, Kentucky, and/or Indiana Nursing Boards and you have affirmative responses?
13. Have you received a Notice of Opportunity for a Hearing from the Ohio Nursing Board?
14. Have you received correspondence from Compliance Agent with the Ohio Board of Nursing requesting that you contact the Agent?
15. Do you have to disclose information to the Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana State Nursing Boards on the 2013 Nurse License Renewal Applications which may trigger a disciplinary investigation or appearance before the State Nursing Board?
These are just a few of the reasons why you may need attorney representation, counseling, and advising before the State Nursing Board. Attorney representation is not just for disciplinary investigations and hearings; attorney representation, counseling, and advising may also be helpful during the reinstatment and probationary period.
Call my office at 513-655-6586 for immediate assistance and for additional information on how to establish an attorney-client relationship or scheduling a telephone or in-person legal consultation.
You can also pay for an email consultation. We are pleased to offer a variety of services tailored to meet the needs of nurses, nursing students, and NCLEX-Applicants ranging from full scale representation, counseling, and advising to one time legal consultations to online only email consultations. You can also email me at LDW@nursing-esquire.com.
If you cannot afford attorney representation consider an in-person, telephone legal consultation or email consultation with my office. Click on consultations, to see the difference between full scale and traditional attorney representation, which involves retaining me and having an attorney-client relationship vs. an in-person, telephonic, or email consultation.
Unfortunately, I do not offer pro-bono nurse license defense services.
I am a RN in Ohio and I understand your license is your livelihood. I work very closely with my clients and I am looking forward to working with you.