When your license is in jeopardy due to a complaint filed against you or a past criminal conviction, it’s best to seek legal help immediately from a team of committed professionals who will fight tooth and nail for you.
RN Guardian is here to protect your future. We offer proactive legal counsel to safeguard your nursing license from your Board of Nursing disciplinary action against your RN or LVN license. Our expert defense attorneys have extensive knowledge of the Board of Registered Nursing’s process and have overcome many obstacles when legal issues arise.
RN Guardian has served California Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses for over a decade, and is happy to announce we are Now Serving Arizona RN/LVN’s. We offer a way to defend your career by informing you of regulations, guiding you through the legal process, and beyond.
Legal Support Services
RN Guardian offers California and Arizona Registered Nurses or Licensed Vocational Nurses a way to defend their RN or LVN licenses for a low flat fee. RN Guardian provides legal services to nurses facing the Board of Registered Nurses who have a career to save. Many problems can arise that could cause suspension or denial of your license. Our legal services include:
- Counsel regarding any potential threat to your license, including off-duty issues.
- Represent you during the course of any BRN investigation.
- Explain how to respond to a BRN investigation letter and other required documents.
- Investigate your case thoroughly and analyze the ramifications and explain them to you for a deeper understanding with a plan of action.
- Advocate for you during BRN administrative hearing before an Administrative Law Judge and the entire Board of Registered Nursing.
Arizona Nursing Board Vs. California Nursing Board
There is quite a difference between the California Board and other states’ Boards, like Arizona. The Arizona Board of Registered Nurses is simplified compared to the California BRN, and California is a little more complex and has different qualifications and rules. Both California and the Arizona BRN serve the same purpose in protecting the health and safety of the public. Here are some similarities and differences between the California and Arizona Board of Registered Nursing.
- The Nursing Board of Arizona has a faster license verification and processing time of 48 hours, great for travel nurses. The California Board processing time is about 8-12 weeks, and all documents have to be submitted prior.
- In both states, anyone can submit a claim against a nurse on your off work.
- The Arizona BRN’s website is simple and easy to find information on licensing rules, certifications, disciplines, and complaints.
- As for license expiration dates, the California Board requires nurses to renew every two years. Arizona has different expiration dates depending on various requirements and factors. A nursing license can be in good standing for about four years without issues or convictions.
Why RN Guardian
With RN Guardian, you are assigned to a team of lawyers who have handled thousands of cases with over a 98% success rate. Our lawyers are well-versed in the California and Arizona BRN regulations and investigation process. We are here to help you and your co-workers secure your future and provide guidance through the investigation process and answer your questions and concerns.
If you or someone you know is an Arizona nurse fighting the Board of Registered Nursing, contact us today!
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