When the Board of Nursing is out to get you.... - page 6
I'm not posting this asking for advice (although any you give me would be most welcome) I'm posting this to VENT my anger! The other day I was called into a meeting with my supervisor and Chief of Security (COS) present.... Read More
- 0Mar 23, '06 by NRSKarenRN, BSN, RN AdminThis is another example why professional liability insurance is necessary. Cost averages $100.00/yr. They will represent you before BON. As been stated here countless times: never go before the BON without a lawyer at your side. Since each state has differing regs, wish you well in following your lawyers advice.
- 0Mar 23, '06 by Town & CountryIf you have witnesses and other proof of your innocence, I would get a lawyer and sue NOW. The best defense is a good offense.
If you can prove that you are innocent and are being unjustly targeted then I think you should sue for whatever you can, because you are apparently being hung out to dry.
I would definitely go on the offense.
I normally don't encourage people to get lawyers and start lawsuits because most of the time it's very dicey and not worth it - but if they reported you to the BON and you are facing suspension, etc., it's time to take the gloves OFF. Good luck.