Oregon Court of Appeals - Nursing License Violations
We can represent you before the Oregon Court of Appeals. Call (503) 232-9280 to discuss your case in a free consultation with Kevin Keaney, an experienced lawyer who also practiced as a nurse for six years and has a BSN degree.
If you find that your nursing license is in jeopardy, and you also believe that the disciplinary sanctions imposed by the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) are not fair, you have a right to bring your case to the Oregon Court of Appeals.
Is it worth your time, money, and emotional cost to pursue justice through the Oregon Court of Appeals? That depends completely on you and your particular situation, but we’re here for you to discuss all of your options during your free consult.
With most of the nurse clients that we work with, we’re usually brought in at an earlier stage of the nursing license defense process – ideally as soon as a nurse gets the first notice from the OSBN. By providing a vigorous defense throughout the investigation and by aggressively negotiating for more lenient disciplinary sanctions, we’re generally able to reach a fair settlement that precludes the need for any appeal.
However, each person and each case is unique. We’ll work closely with you throughout the license defense process to reach the very best results for you.
For information about appealing disciplinary sanctions to the Oregon Court of Appeals, or in order to schedule your free consultation with Kevin Keaney, please call us at (503) 232-9280, or e-mail moc.y1566606674enrot1566606674tases1566606674run@t1566606674catno1566606674c1566606674
Please Make Note: Kevin Keaney’s law office is in Portland, Oregon, and he represents nurses in the states of Oregon, Washington, and Texas. He’s a member of The American Association for Nurse Attorneys (TAANA).