Nurses facing complaints or investigations with the Arizona Board of Nursing may be subject to probation, suspension or revocation of their nursing license. Additionally, a nurse may have difficulty finding future employment and can even be terminated from their current position because of a complaint or investigation. Once a nurse receives notice of a complaint or investigation it’s important to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. This ensures the most accurate and effective response.
Allegations that may cause a nurse to face disciplinary action include:
- Criminal convictions
- Improper record keeping
- Physical or sexual abuse of patients
- Reporting false information
- Substance abuse
Learn about the disciplinary actions nurses can face due to allegations here.
We help with:
- Arizona Board of Nursing Complaints
- Arizona Board of Nursing Investigations
- License Probation Modifications
- Consent Agreement Modifications
- Discrimination and Wrongful Termination
- Nurse Licensure Compact matters
- Nursing Labor and Employment law
- Nursing Litigation
Who we help
- Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
- Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA)
- Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN)
- Nurse Practitioners (NP)
- Registered Nurses (RN)
- School Nurses
Due to the extraordinary burdens placed on nurses many fall victim to unfounded accusations and disciplinary issues. Therefore, it’s important the nursing community to be aware of the legal representation available to them. When a nurse finds themselves victim of unfounded accusations or disciplinary issues it’s time to contact an attorney. If you’re contemplating representing yourself know the regulations and administrative procedures that must be followed are complex and challenging. This is why hiring a qualified health care attorney is critical.
Chelle Law’s attorney’s have experience with Arizona Board of Nursing complaints and investigations and can help you to successfully navigate these complex issues and present the best defense possible. After all, an unfavorable ruling can have a long lasting impact on a nurses professional career.