A. Do you have an Agreed Order, Adjudication Order, Decision, Consent Agreement, Settlement Agreement, or another Nursing Board document you would like reviewed by an attorney?
B. Are you currently on probation with the State Nursing Board and you would like for an attorney to review your agreement and discuss your case with you?
C. Is your nursing license suspended and you would like an attorney to review the terms and conditions for the reinstatement of your license with you?
D. Do you have a pending State Nursing Board complaint and you would like for an attorney to review the complaint and discuss your case with you?
E. Do you have an employment contract, return to work agreement, or last chance agreement you want an attorney to review?
F. Do you have workplace issues or concerns you would like to discuss with an attorney for guidance and direction?
G. Do you have a pending criminal case and you want to know how this may affect your license in Ohio, Kentucky, and/or Indiana?
H. Do you have a criminal conviction and you want to know how this may affect the renewal of your Ohio, Kentucky, and/or Indiana license in 2010?
I. Are you struggling with addiction, return to work issues, and need to speak with an attorney for general assistance and guidance?
J. Do you have action against your license in State A and want to endorse in State B and need general information and for an attorney to review your documents and discuss your case with you?
K. Do you have action against your license as a RN and you are wondering how this will impact your future licensure as a APRN or you are questioning whether or not you should return to obtain your BSN or MSN?
L. Do you have a legal, workplace, practice, or career issue(s) you would like to discuss with an attorney because you need objective information, advice, and counseling? For example, issues involving scope of practice, professional boundaries, impairment, prescription drug use and abuse, mental health issues, bullying, etc.
M. Are you an APRN with credentialing and privileging issues?
From May 4th to May 8th only, my firm is offering a discount on legal consultations and telephone appts. or workplace and career consultations and telephone appts. What the difference?
I am licensed to practice law in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana only and therefore I offer legal consultations to nurses with issues in these states. I cannot give you legal advice for other states but I can discuss your case with you and review general information and provide guidance. For nurses outside of Ohio, Kentucky, and/or Indiana, I offer workplace or career consultations. http://www.nursing-jurisprudence.com/legalconsultations.html
What is the cost? The cost for a 30 minute telephone consultation from Tuesday May 4th-Saturday May 8th is $75.00. This is a 50% discount from the usual cost of a telephone appt. and consultation with me.
We are scheduling these appts. from 4pm to 9pm EST Tuesday May 4th - Friday May 7th.
On Saturday May 8th, we are scheduling appts. from 10am to 5pm.
1. To schedule the consultation, call my office at 1-888-571-1110, provide your name, mailing address, and telephone number with area code to my receptionist. My legal assistant Jaren will then contact you to further discuss the specifics. Jaren can be reached directly at 513-328-8217.
2. Any documents you would like for me to review during the consultation should be faxed to me at 888-580-1119 or scanned/emailed to me at email@example.com.
3. Prefer to do everything online? You can also schedule an appt. online at http://www.bookfresh.com/profile/157503739. My assistant will then contact you to confirm the details.
4. The $75.00 consultation and telephone appt. fee must be paid online. See http://www.nursing-jurisprudence.com/onlinepayments.html. Click on the $75.00 button.
If I don't think I consultation would be beneficial to you and for you, I will tell you. I am not trying to take anyone's hard earned cash but just offering a discount on a very popular service I offer in light of Nurses Week. Remember its your job to protect your license and unless you have private legal counsel, the advice given to you by an employer's attorney is given with the best interest of your employer not you as an employee of the organization at heart. Nursing Associations and online forums cannot provide you legal advice or may not not be in position to review your case with you and discuss the specifics.