Legal Services for Nurses
Legal Services for Nurses
FREE CONSULTATION: Do you need legal help or advice? Just the thought of having to contact a lawyer can be upsetting, but if you’re considering whether you need to hire an attorney, give us a call for a free consultation, (503) 232-9280.
In a free consultation with Kevin Keaney, an attorney who has extensive experience working with nurses, you can explain your situation and learn about your options. When it comes to legal matters, it is almost always better to contact a lawyer sooner rather than later, so that you can have someone who is on your side, looking out for your best interests!
Kevin Keaney’s law firm is located in Portland, and he assists nurses in Oregon, Washington, and Texas. His qualifications include:
•30+ years of experience in professional license defense law, employment law, and labor law
•BSN from University of Texas – Austin (with high honors)
•JD from Fordham Law School in New York (with honors)
•worked 4 years as a practicing nurse before he became an attorney
•member of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys (TAANA)
•experience with the Oregon and Washington boards of nursing
•has argued more than 100 appeals in state and federal courts
•has tried more than 100 arbitrations
•experienced trial attorney, having tried and won cases for more than $1 million
•prior to opening his own law firm, worked in largest corporate and plaintiff’s firms in Oregon
We take great pride in offering personal service to each and every one of our clients, including returning your phone calls and e-mails promptly!
Kevin Keaney is an attorney who helps nurses defend their license in Texas, as well as Oregon and Washington.
For more information about our law firm or to schedule your free consultation, please call us at (503) 232-9280, or e-mail . You can also learn more about us by reading through our case studies for nurses we have recently helped.
“Thank you Kevin for all you have done to support and help me with my nursing case. Your belief in me and continuing to press forward for justice means a lot to me. I will never forget your support for me and kind words.”
“Mr. Keaney: I appreciate all that you did to help me through this difficult time. You were always professional and kind and I never felt judged. Thank you again for your wonderful service.”
“Thank you, sir, so much for diligently working to defend my RN licensure, my professional word and reputation within the discipline of nursing and healthcare, and while last but certainly not least, my family’s livelihood. I am speechless, and totally humbled by this victory. I am totally overjoyed. Thank you for trusting my word to be the complete truth.”