I have a twenty-four hotline for RNs, LPNs, and nursing students in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana who are looking for legal assistance and representation. It is called Nursing 911! for Legal Matters. Not to be confused with Reno 911! Actually, I LOVE Reno 911!
This telephone line is answered by a virtual receptionist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
What is a virtual receptionist? A trained professional who answers a telephone line and who is usually physicially located in another city or state from the caller.
Nursing 911! for Legal Matters is only available for nurses with nursing law, State Nursing Board, legal, professional practice, and other matters in Ohio, Kentucky, or Indiana. I am licensed to practice law in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana only and cannot provide legal representation before other State Nursing Boards.
If you are looking for assistance in the 47 other states, see www.taana.org.
Nursing 911! for Legal Matters: 24 Hour Hotline Number is 513-400-4053
Call the Hotline and you will hear an announcement.
You will then be transferred to a receptionist who is available 24/7/365.
Provide the receptionist with the following:
1. First and Last Name
2. Mailing Address
3. Telephone Number(s)
4. Email Address
5. Information about your legal matter.
This information is then relayed to my staff and we will f/u with you.
A. Does this mean you are my attorney?
You are kidding me, right? No. This is your opportunity to provide me with information about your case to determine if I can assist you. It also allows you to determine whether or not you want to retain my services as your attorney.
B. Can I fax you information?
You are kidding me, right? Yes. My fax number is 888-580-1119.
C. I do not have access to a fax machine, what do I do?
You are kidding me, right? You can scan/email documents to my attention at email@example.com. Most local print shops, Fed Ex Kinkos, and Staples/Office Depot have fax machines.
D. Is this a free service?
You are kidding me, right? Yes, but there are limitations because it is free and I still haven't paid my Direct TV bill from July. This provides a 15 minute telephone appt. with me to discuss your case/circumstances/issues. Just 15 minutes. After you call and provide your contact information to my receptionist, if you like, you can schedule your 15 minute telephone appt. with me at:
E. Is this also a cell phone number?
Yes, this is also a cell phone. You can also text your information (the information to be provided to my receptionist) to my office at 513-400-4053, 24/7/365. My office will then f/u with you.