If you recently received a letter from the Texas Board of Nursing regarding disciplinary action; then you are probably searching for a Texas nurse license defense lawyer who can help you.
In order to ensure that you are retaining the most qualified attorney to handle your case, it is imperative to ask the right questions.
Below is a list of questions to ask a nurse attorney when you need legal assistance:
- How many years have they been practicing nurse license defense in Texas?
- Is nurse defense something that they handle infrequently or is it the main part of their practice?
- How many cases have they handled?
- What % of cases resulted in a successful outcome?
- Do they have a thorough understanding of the Texas BON process?
- What can one expect when working with them?
- How much retainer will they charge? Will extra funds be needed if the case ends up being more complicated?
- Have they previously dealt with a scenario similar to yours and what have they learned from that?
- How much time will the entire disciplinary process take?
- What penalties that you may face?
- What actions to take to lessen or eliminate the penalties?
It is also important to note that many attorneys who practice criminal law may take on your case, however, if they do not have niche experience handling cases before the Texas BON, they may not be best equipped for yielding you a successful outcome. The reason for this is that there are many intricacies that are a part of the Texas BON disciplinary process and if one does not have experience handling these types of cases on a regular basis, it is possible that they may overlook an important aspect that is crucial to your case.
Contact an Experienced Texas Nurse License Defense Lawyer Today
If you are looking for a Texas nurse license defense lawyer that has a proven track record in this practice area, contact the Law Firm of Yong J. An 24/7 by calling or texting him at (832) 428-5679 for a confidential consultation. Mr. An has over 10 years’ experience handling Texas BON disciplinary action cases and has helped several dozens of nurses in Texas protect their nursing license.