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Video: Nursing License Disciplinary Investigations & Complaints

Professional licensing attorneys dedicated to the defense of health care professionals with licensing issues such as Department of Health complaints, administrative complaints, licensing investigations, Board of Medicine issues, Board of Nursing issues, criminal matters and employment issues.

In Michigan and Florida nursing license complaints can be filed by former patients, colleagues, employers or other interested persons with the Department of Health (Florida) or the Department of Community Health (Michigan). Next, the Department of Health will conduct an investigation. There is often a very short time frame for the nurse to obtain legal counsel before the investigator seeks authority to file an administrative complaint.

While there may be no validity to the complaint, the risk of potential sanctions often far outweigh the cost of an attorney.

Chapman and Associates, P.C. represent nursing professionals in Michigan and Florida with licensing issues such as Department of Health investigations, administrative complaints, criminal issues impacting nursing license, emergency suspension orders, failure to report licensing issues, nursing board matters, and many other professional licensing issues.

If you have received a complaint or are aware of an investigation into your nursing license, please contact our nursing license defense attorneys in Michigan and Florida at 866-238-0203.

Video Transcription

Being a nurse is a rewarding and privileged profession. Daily you are called upon to make difficult decisions that effect the lives of so many people, and now you need help. If you’ve received a phone call or an investigation letter from the state licensing board or the Department of Health ((DOH) (MDCH)), do not talk to the state investigator until you’ve equaled the playing field by retaining competent professional licensing counsel.

If you have already spoken to the investigator, call me Ron Chapman, as soon as possible. Remember, the investigator works for the State and is not your friend. The investigator has one goal, to collect sufficient facts to prove that you violated one or more licensing regulations. Do not help the investigator by giving a confession, verifying facts or making an uninformed statement.

I’ve had the privilege of working with healthcare professionals for over twenty years. Please call me, Ron Chapman. The first thirty minutes is free. Together we can protect your license and your livelihood.