A complaint at work can be a serious case, which is why a nurse attorney is needed if you get accused of any issues. However, some who thought they were guilty of the charges failed to hire a nurse attorney just because they thought it was the doom for their RN or LVN license already. But that is not entirely the case as there is still hope.
On or about June 1, 2019, through July 13, 2021, while employed at a medical facility in Carrollton, Texas, the RN continued to practice as a Registered Nurse without a current and valid license. Board records indicate that RN’s license expired on May 31, 2019, and was not renewed until July 14, 2021. The RN’s conduct deceived patient, their families, fellow caregivers, and the public in that they believed RN nursing practice was in compliance with all Board Rules and Regulations.
As a result of the occurrence, the RN states the lapse in her license was not intentional. The said RN has been a nurse for 16 years and has always followed the process to renew her license. Most of RNs’ nursing practice was in Michigan, where they renewed their license every four (4) years. The RN was already in the process of renewal because of the notification she received by mail. She moved to Texas in July of 2017, the RN has had multiple addresses before moving into her stable home. Being in a new state, trying to get her life readjusted, experiencing hurricanes and coronavirus, and updating her address and license renewal slipped her thoughts.
This is the reason why the Texas Board of Nursing disciplined and suspended her license. And if you also received a letter from the Texas Board of Nursing regarding a case or complaint filed against you, you should hire a nurse attorney immediately before it’s too late. Texas Nurse Attorney Yong J. An is one of those dedicated nurse lawyers who helped various nurses in their cases since 2006.