You Might Need a Nursing License Defense Attorney If:

  • You have received a notice of investigation from the Texas Board of Nursing;
  • You have been told to self-report to the Texas Board of Nursing;
  • You are planning to enter the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses for chemical dependency;
  • You have been charged with a crime, even if it is unrelated to your nursing practice;
  • You have a prior conviction and have not previously disclosed the conviction to the Texas Board of Nursing;
  • You are filing an application for licensure by endorsement or examination and you have a prior conviction and
  • You are wondering how it may impact your license or career as a nurse;
  • You are currently on probation with the Texas Board of Nursing and you need legal assistance with meeting the terms and conditions of probation;
  • Your nursing license is suspended and you need assistance with meeting the terms and conditions for reinstatement.

If any of these situations apply, you need to discuss your case with an attorney familiar with the investigative and disciplinary process of the Texas Board of Nursing as soon as possible.  Contact Marc to schedule an appointment.  Click here for links and FAQ’s regarding the investigative and disciplinary process of the Texas Board of Nursing.