It’s best to seek the help of a nurse attorney in San Antonio when facing different complaints and allegations. However, some RNs tend to face these results instead without thinking that a nurse attorney in San Antonio is always reliable for matters such as these.
This is what happened to a certain RN in San Antonio, Texas on February 23, 2005. On or about the said date, the RN submitted a Texas Online Renewal Document for Licensed Vocational Nurses to the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas, in which she provided false, deceptive, and/or misleading information, in that she answered “No” to the question: “Have you been convicted, adjudged guilty by a court, plead guilty, no contest or nolo contendere to any crime in any state, territory or country, whether or not a sentence was imposed, including any pending criminal charges or unresolved arrest (excluding minor traffic violations) since the last renewal?
However, the RN failed to disclose that she was previously charged with ASSAULT CAUSES BODILY INJURY FAMILY MEMBER (a Class A misdemeanor offense committed on August 29, 2004).
In response to the incident, the RN states: My sister and I got into an argument that resulted in a physical confrontation. The reason for my non-disclosure was and still is that I’m terrified of losing my nursing license.
However, without enough evidence and a nurse attorney in San Antonio to help her defend her case, the Texas Board of Nursing disciplined and suspended the RN.
If you also received a complaint regarding a case filed on you, you should hire a nurse attorney in San Antonio immediately before it’s too late. Texas nurse attorney Yong J. An is one of those dedicated nurse lawyers who helped various RNs in their cases since 2006. You may contact him 24/7 at (832) 428-5679 for more information or if you want to schedule a private consultation.