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Being a nurse is not an easy thing to do especially if you work in a public hospital. The demands from work can be challenging. As a matter of fact, there are times when you may end up getting a complaint from patients or their watchers. Most of the time, the complaint can lead to a suspension or dismissal from work. Sometimes, it can even result to the filing of an administrative case before the Texas Board of Nursing (BON).

This is the reason why it is really important for every LVN or RN nurse in the state of Texas to be connected with the right nursing defense attorney. There is a need to hire an effective and efficient lawyer if you want to protect your nursing license. Take note that the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) has the authority to revoke or suspend any professional nursing license. However, the order of suspension or revocation can only be issued after hearing on the merits of the case.

In one case involving a vocational nurse in Texas named Princess, she was terminated from work due to her malpractice. The LVN nurse was employed in a pediatric home health care facility. She was assigned to take care and administer medicines to a particular patient. However, during the employment, she committed an unprofessional conduct. Unfortunately, she was caught stealing items from the home of the patient involved. The act was caught on video via a closed circuit TV camera.

The complaint included an allegation that the conduct of the LVN nurse was unbecoming of a licensed nursing practitioner. It was provided that her act exploited the patient’s vulnerabilities. According to the complainant, because of what she did, the patient’s family suffered financial losses. At the same time, it also resulted to the development of confusion between LVN nurse’s need and those of the patient.

It was found out that the allegations by the patient and his family was true. Because of this, Patrick was suspended from work. Meanwhile, a complaint was also filed before the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) wherein the LVN nurse was ordered to stop from practicing her profession for a certain period of time. The LVN nurse’s nursing license was suspended.

Unfortunately for her, he was not able to find the right lawyer to handle her case. Do not commit the same mistake as he did. Consult with Texas Nurse Attorney Yong J. An today if you have any questions about your response letter or the disciplinary process by calling or texting him at (832) 428-5679 day, night or weekends.