I’ve Recently Been Accused of Drug Diversion, What Should I Do? If you’ve been accused of drug diversion, please consider how serious this situation is. You should be on the phone with a Minnesota attorney for nurses immediately. Drug diversion is a crime, and whether the accusations are founded or unfounded, this could follow you … Read More
I am a Minnesota Nurse Charged with Stealing Narcotics, What Should I Do? If you are asking this question because you have in fact been charged with stealing narcotics, you will need to get in touch with a Minnesota nursing license defense attorney. Being accused of stealing narcotics is an extremely serious situation, one that … Read More
Will I Hear from the Licensing Board if I’ve Been Fired? It is not always guaranteed after being fired that you will hear from the licensing board. Whether or not your termination is reported to the Board of Nursing depends on what caused your termination. If you were fired because of a serious ethical issue … Read More
What Should I Do if I Receive a Letter Demanding a Response and Appearance Before the Minnesota Board of Nursing?
Call Forshier Law, LLC immediately. Timing is critical as responses are usually due within ten days. Do not delay! This is a serious issue and may affect your ability to practice nursing, and your livelihood. The Minnesota Board of Nursing can potentially revoke your license if you do not properly respond to and refute these … Read More
I Received Allegations and Need More Time to Answer the Licensing Board. What Should I Do? If you received allegations and feel you need more time to answer, you do have the right to request an extension, and in many cases, that is what we recommend. When you receive information from the licensing board about … Read More
Receiving a Letter from the Licensing Board & How to Handle It If you received a letter from the licensing board, we suggest contacting a nursing license lawyer right away. If the Minnesota Board of Nursing is investigating complaints against you or indicating that they believe you have been unethical in your nursing practice, you … Read More
Unsafe Working Conditions: Am I Still Liable? If you find yourself asking the question, “Am I Still Liable in Unsafe Working Conditions,” please, read on. This article will clear up this potential source of confusion. Even if your supervisor orders you to work in an unsafe environment, you are still liable for anything that happens … Read More
I am a Nurse and my Employer is Requiring Nurses to Work Overtime at my Hospital. What if I Feel I am too Tired to Safely Provide Care?
If your hospital is requiring nurses to work overtime, yet you are exhausted, you are in a difficult situation. No nurse wants to leave their patients or co-workers short-staffed, yet you fear falling asleep or not being able to think or act competently due to your physical or mental state. Under the Nurse Practice Act, … Read More