When You Need A Lawyer
We offer a free legal consultation. Call (503) 232-9280 to schedule a time to talk with Kevin Keaney.
Nurses are trained to help people…and are not necessarily quick to ask for help. And most people are hesitant to contact a lawyer, often because they’re worried about the cost of an attorney or are unwilling to admit their situation may be serious.
If you’re considering hiring an attorney, this, in and of itself, speaks to the gravity of your situation. And if you’re worried about the cost of an attorney, it’s important to understand that the cost of not having a lawyer at your side could be that you lose your job and/or have your nursing license suspended or revoked.
Because we want to make it easy for you to take that first step in fully exploring all your options, we are offering a free legal consultation.
In general, these are the circumstances for which you may need an attorney who has experience representing nurses:
•letter from the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN), the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission (NCQAC), or the Texas Board of Nursing (BON)
•investigation by the OSBN, NCQAC, BON or your employer
•retaliation for whistleblowing
•harassment or hostile work environment
•review of legal documents or contracts
•employment law issues
You’ll find that we represent all types of nurses, including: nurse practitioners, nurse anesthetists, advance practice nurses (APNs), registered nurses (RNs), traveling nurses, and licensed practical nurses (LPNs). You can learn more about us by reading through our case studies for nurses we’ve helped.
To schedule your complimentary consultation, please call our law office (503) 232-9280, or e-mail us at . We can talk through your legal situation and get you on the road to getting your questions answered. Whether you’re currently working in the states of Oregon or Washington or, if you’re a traveling nurse and have worked in those states in the past, we can help. We also represent nurses in the state of Texas.
Kevin Keaney is licensed to practice in Oregon and Washington, as well as Texas, where he can also help nurses who need an attorney.