Arizona Board Of Nursing Investigation Attorneys

Fighting To Protect Your Practicing Privileges

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, there are more than 44,000 registered nurses in Arizona. Every one  is subject to the regulation and disciplinary authority of the Arizona State Board of Nursing.

You're getting a firsthand glimpse of what it's like to come under scrutiny by the Board for alleged professional misconduct or following an arrest and filing of criminal charges. What lies ahead, however, may well determine whether you can continue in the field you've dedicated your life to.

You need experienced, aggressive legal help to fend off the accusations you're up against, and The Zoldan Law Group can deliver just that. We represent licensed medical professionals, including registered nurses, throughout the Phoenix Metro and surrounding parts of Arizona. With lawyers knowledgeable about the investigation, interview and administrative hearing process, and having had success mitigating the penalties that nurses face when they've been accused of wrongdoing, we're ready to help keep you on the job you've worked so hard for.

You're There For Your Patients. We're Here For You.

Complaints of professional misconduct can come from just about anywhere — the physicians you work with, fellow nurses, patients or their family members. Board investigations can originate out of accusations of improperly administering medications, dealing inappropriately with patients, even being physically or mentally unable to perform your essential job duties.

If you're coming under investigation following a DUI arrest or allegations of substance abuse, we can help you pursue options that get you the help you need while minimizing the impacts on your job.

The advantage of having our experienced attorneys represent you is that you will have a knowledgeable advocate to oversee every aspect of your case. From meeting with Board-approved psychologists to speaking at administrative hearings, our No. 1 goal is to make sure you are treated fairly, and that the Board does not overstep its authority in investigating and addressing alleged misconduct.

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If you're looking at possible nursing license revocation, you can't afford to delay building the strongest possible legal defense. Call our main offices in Scottsdale at 800-568-7801 or send an email to arrange completely confidential case evaluation with one of our attorneys.