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We are a team of legal experts and attorneys 100% dedicated to protecting your RN or LVN nursing license and your career.
- 98% success rate of license retention
- All RNs approved, no application
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- Expert panel attorneys from G&A
- Save up to $25,000 in legal fees
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RN GUARDIAN IS HERE TO HELP YOU
We offer proactive legal counsel to protect you against Boards of Nursing disciplinary action against your RN or LVN license.
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Sharing Success: “Nicole went above and beyond to help resolve my case!” In our 20+ years of service, we have helped thousands of nurses protect their livelihoods throughout BRN proceedings. We measure our success through the success of our clients. Our team of expert attorneys boast a success rate of 98% but don’t just take …Read More
Travel nurses are needed now more than ever and with such high demand, many are feeling the negative effects of burnout. Whether you have been a travel nurse for a while or are just starting, the anxiety and long hours can take their toll. In appreciation for travel nurses and everything they do, we have …Read More
We have helped nurses through BRN investigations for over 20 years. In that time, our mission has been to support RNs and Nurse Practitioners to ensure they never have to face it alone. Our expert team of attorneys always work above and beyond for their clients. Their success is our success and we are proud …Read More
You stood on the front lines for your country, now we are here to stand on the front lines for you. RN Guardian takes pride in supporting Active Duty and Veteran nurses through BRN investigations. Since we began over 20 years ago, it has been our mission to defend California Nurses’ licenses at a low …Read More
RNs are a tight-knit community, but license investigations are such a taboo to talk about. If you know someone who is under investigation, make them feel less alone with our 4 Tips To Refer A Past Colleague: 1. Be Understanding Understand that the registered nurse is under investigation by the BRN. Through every accusation, your …Read More
We’ve seen our share of success stories, but that doesn’t make everyone any less special. Especially when it comes to student nurses achieving their dreams of becoming a nurse after being denied their license for a DUI incident that occurred years before. Unfortunately, this type of block occurs frequently, and oftentimes, the nursing student isn’t …Read More
Has your RN license been revoked? You can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation, and you have continued with your CE courses. Registered Nurses will lose their RN License for two reasons – one, It is voluntarily …Read More
Completing your requirements for your RN License and living your passion is a major accomplishment and a dream come true. As a nurse, it’s your utmost priority, as you know, to follow the protocols to protect yourself and your career on and off the clock. Sometimes an error in judgment can put your license that …Read More
Hello,My name is Jennifer Coalson-Perez and I am Partner and CEO of RN Guardian, a legal company that specializes in defending California nurses and representing student applicants.We get many calls from nursing students with past arrests or convictions who are graduating, getting ready to apply for their licenses and looking for some help with that …Read More
View the original DCA Fraud Scam Alert here. An attempted fraud scheme is currently targeting licensees of the Department of Consumer Affair’s boards and bureaus, including the Board of Registered Nursing and the Board of Vocational Nurses and Psychiatric Technicians. Scam artists are identifying themselves as DCA, board, or bureau staff members or investigators and …Read More
HR6139/S.3475: The COVID-19 Health Care Worker Protection Act On March 23, 2020, National Nurses United sent a petition to the United States Congress demanding that Congress ensure that nurses and healthcare workers are immediately given protections needed to avoid exposure to COVID-19. The push for passing this legislation comes from hospitals across the country having …Read More
As COVID-19 developments change day-to-day, nurses and healthcare professionals need to be informed on developing guidance and recommendations for protective measures to be taken. This blog post will outline precautionary and protective elements, the new Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) guidance as of March 10, 2020, and National Nurses United’s recommendations (“NNU”). NNU has published …Read More