If you have further questions that are not covered below, please call (503) 232-9280.
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about nursing license defense and the OSBN.
Should I Be Concerned If I Receive A Letter From The OSBN?
Yes. Even if you don’t believe that there’s any merit to the complaint filed against you with the OSBN, depending on the investigation and resolution, the complaint can have a serious impact on your nursing career.
Will A Restriction On My Oregon Nursing License Impact My Ability To Practice In Another State?
Yes. If you apply for a nursing license in another state, you’ll be required to disclose any prior restrictions on your license. There’s also a National Nursing Database that compiles data from all of the state boards of nursing.
Do I Need A Lawyer?
While you may be able to handle the situation on your own, you certainly could benefit from having an experienced nurses attorney. In the free consultation, we can talk about your specific situation and how we can help. Having a lawyer by your side can be a career-saving move in many cases.
What Takes Place In The Free Legal Consultation?
In the consultation (which typically takes place by phone), we’ll talk about your situation and your concerns. We’ll also tell you more about our law firm and our approaches. The consultation is free, and there’s no obligation for you to proceed or to engage our firm.
If OSBN Is In The Middle Of Their Investigation, Can You Still Help Me?
Yes. We can help you at any point.
Do You Only Help Nurses In Oregon, Washington and Texas?
Yes. We help nurses who are licensed in Oregon, Washington, and Texas or who have practiced in these states, including traveling nurses.
How Much Experience Do You Have?
Kevin Keaney has over 30 years experience as a lawyer. Prior to becoming an attorney, he earned his BSN and practiced as a nurse for four years.
For information about our legal services, OSBN terms, or to talk to a nurses attorney about your specific situation, call (503) 232-9280, or e-mail .
Kevin Keaney is licensed to practice in Oregon and Washington, as well as Texas, where he can also help nurses who need an attorney.