Diversion Attorney

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by LittleRN LittleRN Member Nurse

Specializes in ICU.

Has anyone retained an attorney in FL to help defend license against diversión allegations and violation of Nurse Practice Act. Which firms are the best?

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education. Has 17 years experience. 5 Articles; 10,907 Posts

Hello, @LittleRN, allnurses members can't provide recommendations; however, please check out TAANA for lawyers familiar with nursing licensure.

Attorneypayment

Attorneypayment

Specializes in Staff Nurse. Has 13 years experience. 3 Posts

Oh I see they do not allow attorney questions.

 

I am 1/2 way completed with probation in Texas. I’ve asked for an exception to work with an agency and 3-6 month time reduction. However I just wondered if I could find an attorney that would work on a sliding scale or a payment plan and see if they could say sorry to the Board and walk away from a lot of this. I am only completing this so I can gain other professional licenses on the state office boards and committees. I guess I will just wait for the board to decide if they want to continue working with me and get this completed. I don’t mind finishing the work however I just need a small amount of time cut off at the end. If I could get a 6 month reduction I would only have to work the weekends 64hrs a month and be finished. That’s not a very long time to have to work. I was hoping to find thoughts for attorneys but I can’t here. I’ll check with the ask lawyer sites like avvo.com

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

Specializes in OR, education. Has 17 years experience. 5 Articles; 10,907 Posts

@Attorneypayment please see the TAANA website above. These are lawyers who know nursing licensure. 

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