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If you receive notice from the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) that you are currently under investigation for violations of the Nursing Practice Act, time is of the essence in finding quality legal representation for your case. You should consult with an experienced Texas nurse attorney as quickly as possible because you do not want to do or say anything that could adversely affect the outcome of the investigation. Keep in mind that your ability to earn an income is at stake, which means that you need to do everything in your power to protect your livelihood.

An experienced San Antonio nurse attorney can provide guidance and representation every step of the way in any investigation into your professional actions. With diligent representation, you may be able to get the BON to agree to early informal settlement negotiations of your case. This is the preferred outcome because it could avoid the time, expense and headache of a formal settlement process. It is also less likely to result in the revocation of your nursing license. While there is no guarantee of an actual result, being fully prepared as early as you can during the investigation increases your chances of being able to commit the BON to an early informal settlement of the complaint.

How to Find a Trusted San Antonio Nurse Attorney

When it comes to protecting your professional reputation, you should not trust the job to just any attorney. If you are looking for a Texas nurse lawyer who devotes himself fully to the representation of Texas nurses against the BON, call the Law Office of Yong J. An at 281-984-5050 to set up a consultation right away. You can also call or text any time of the day at 832-428-5679 to speak to our office immediately about defending your rights against the BON. We work tirelessly to defend our clients and pride ourselves on being very responsive to all client inquiries. Save yourself the headache of handling a BON complaint by yourself, and contact attorney Yong J. An today.

Attorney Yong J. An has years of experience handling BON cases and aggressively representing nurse clients all over Texas and helping them protect their livelihood and nursing license.