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Nursing License at Risk?

Have you received a letter of allegations or notice of investigation from the Minnesota Board of Nursing? Have you been accused of violating your professional boundaries, drug diversion, or other forms of misconduct? Our nursing license lawyers are here to help.

Experienced Nurse License Attorneys

Our attorneys understand the value of your nursing license - and how hard you work to retain it. We have over 10 years of experience defending nurses before the Minnesota Board of Nursing.

Our nursing license defense attorneys are invested in your case, and we want to help you protect your career. After you receive a letter of allegation or investigation, don't hesitate to reach out. Contact our nurse license lawyers today for a free phone consultation. Below, we also answer many of the questions you may have after receiving a letter from your licensing board.

How We Can Help

  • We listen – You know your case better than anyone, and we want to hear your story.
  • We collaborate – We'll go into this case as a team.
  • We use our experience – You can trust our nursing license attorneys.
  • We strategize – Each case is unique, and we'll treat yours as such.
  • We are accessible – When you need us, we'll always be there.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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I have received a letter from my licensing board. What happens now?
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What is the complaint review committee?
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How does the licensing board finalize a case?
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What kinds of discipline can be imposed on nursing licenses?
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What happens if I can’t reach an agreement with my nursing licensing board?
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What is the purpose of the Minnesota Board of Nursing?
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I have been called to appear for an investigative interview at the Minnesota Attorney General’s office. Do I need a lawyer?
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I have received allegations against me from my licensing Board. Am I required to respond?
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I have received allegations but do not have much time to respond. Can I request an extension?
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Do I need to inform my employer of allegations against my nursing license?
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What triggers an investigation against a nursing license in Minnesota?
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What are common complaints filed against nursing licenses?
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Can I get a copy of the Board’s file or the original complaint against me? Can I find out who filed the complaint?
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Do I really need a nursing license lawyer if my license is in question?
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What are the possible outcomes of an investigation into my practice?
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If I am disciplined by my licensing Board, will I ever be able to get a job again?
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What is HPSP? Should I self-report if I have a chemical dependency or mental health issue?
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What can I expect if I enroll in HPSP?
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What should I do if I have a condition like addiction or an illness that might impact my ability to practice?
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Are there any reporting obligations for licensed professionals?
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Do I have to report a fellow nurse if I know they have done something wrong?
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Who sits on the licensing Boards?

Free Resources

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Professional License Complaint Review Process
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Events That Could Trigger an Investigation
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About Your Professional Licensing Board
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About The Health Professionals Services Program (HPSP)