The summer is here and I am looking forward to the warm weather. State Nursing Board staff like most of us take vacations and time off from work in the summer so things tend to slow down (just a little) in my nurse license defense practice in June, July, and August.
If you have a serious State Nursing Board complaint, seriously, you should seriously retain serious legal counsel, seriously!
Red serious: You are representing yourself, can you objectively tell if your complaint is serious?
Blue serious: You are really planning to represent yourself in a case where your license, livelihood, and career are at stake?
Green serious: No, really you really planning to represent, counsel, and advise yourself in a case where your license, livelihooh, and career are at stake?
Orange serious: Speak with and retain a nurse license defense attorney or an attorney who regularly practices before the State Nursing Board, has represented others with your credentials and licensure, and who is genuinely interested in your case.
Pink serious: With your license "on the line" and State Nursing Board discipline across the country on the rise, do you feel lucky and competent enough to do this on a "pro se" basis?
What are serious allegations? You tell me.
What do you consider serious allegations in a State Nursing Board complaint?