If you are a nurse practicing nursing in Houston and have had a situation come up that may jeopardize your nursing license, Houston Nurse Attorney Yong J. An can help you protect your nursing license. In a hospital, clinic or nursing home setting, situations can arise that may require you to go before the Texas Board of Nursing. It is important to discuss your case with a knowledgeable Houston nurse attorney that has your best interest in mind. Attorney Yong J. An has over 12 years representing nurses across Texas and helping them retain their nursing license.
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Urgency is important when it comes to protecting your license and that is why Yong is available to take your call evenings and weekends in addition to normal business hours. For a confidential consultation with an attorney that will protect your rights, contact Houston nurse attorney Yong J. An directly at (832) 428-5679.
Everyday, nurses all over the state of Texas dedicate themselves to helping others and saving lives. Unexpected situations can come up which may threaten your nursing license or prevent you from doing your job. This can be a very stressful and painful time for nurses; at the Law firm of Yong J. An, we have years of experience providing confidential and compassionate nursing license defense services for nurses all over Texas, including Houston, Dallas/Ft. Worth, San Antonio and Corpus Christi.
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What Are Grounds for Discipline?
- Standard of Care Violations
- Sexual Violations
- Fraud, Theft & Deception
- Use of Drugs & Alcohol
- False Representation of Information (Lying)
- Failure to Comply with CE Requirements
- Failure to pay Licensure Fees in a Timely Manner
- Committing a Criminal Offense
- Malpractice Suit or Judgment
- Any Other Conduct That is Deceptive in Nature
What Types of Penalties Can I Face?
- Administrative Penalty (Fine)
- Directive to Fulfill Neglected Obligation (Specific Performance)
- Public Reprimand
- License Restriction or Impositions on Practice
- TPAPN Directive
- Probation of a License Suspension
- Active Suspension as a Requirement of Probation
TIP: Do not sign a proposed agreed upon order before consulting a knowledgeable Texas Nurse License Defense Attorney. Yong J. An is on call 24/7, for emergency call (832) 428-5679