Do You Need An Attorney? We Can Help!
Free consultation with a lawyer: If you think you might need an attorney, give us a call to schedule an appointment with Kevin Keaney, (503) 232-9280.
For most nurses, thinking about hiring an attorney might seem scary. But worse is the thought of trying to handle a legal matter on your own.
If you find yourself in a situation in which you need legal advice or assistance, we are here for help and support you!
In addition, we have extensive experience in nursing license defense, with the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission (NCQAC), Texas Board of Nursing (BON), federal and state courts, and other administrative agencies.
If you go forward with handling a nursing license defense on your own, you can risk making things worse than they otherwise might have been if you would had an experienced attorney at your side.
You might have the belief that being compliant with the nurse investigator and state board could help “everything to go away.” In fact, cooperating without the advice of an attorney could mean that the effects of an investigation and resulting disciplinary sanctions could cast a shadow on your reputation and have a negative affect on your earnings ability for years to come.
Whether the complaint against you came about as a result of a retaliation, a mistake, or just a misunderstanding, we can help minimize the damage to your career by providing a vigorous defense. Did you know that something as simple as accepting a gift from a patient can result in a violation of boundaries issue?
We will be beside you through every step of the license defense process, looking out for your best interests along the way. Take a look at our case studies to learn more about the nurses we’ve helped in the states of Oregon and Washington.
For more about how we can help, to ask questions, or to schedule a free consultation with an attorney, contact our office at (503) 232-9280, or e-mail us at
Please Note: Kevin Keaney is licensed to practice in Oregon and Washington, as well as Texas, where he can also help nurses who need an attorney.