Safeguarding Your Nursing License — And Your Career

Nursing is a gainful and rewarding career for more than 75,000 Minnesotans. Many find tremendous opportunities and career advancement through the Mayo Clinic in Rochester.

As a professional practice, nursing is subject to strict standards of conduct and administrative oversight. Allegations of misconduct or lapses in upholding these standards can jeopardize your license — and your career. Common grounds for disciplinary action include:

Extensive Experience Safeguarding Nurses' Licenses And Careers

When your nursing license is under fire, contact Restovich Braun & Associates in Rochester. Our nursing license defense attorneys have extensive experience representing LPNs and RNs in disciplinary matters before the Minnesota Board of Nursing. We routinely represent Mayo Clinic employees. Our diligence and dedication reinforce our unparalleled reputation as effective advocates.

We will take an aggressive approach toward protecting your career and reputation from the outset. Our legal team will conduct a thorough investigation to uncover the facts behind the accusations of nurse misconduct. We will help you explore options for protecting your privacy and confidentiality, shielding you from public discipline. In many cases, we are able to obtain a favorable resolution through a stipulation before hearings take place. However, we are always prepared to provide aggressive representation in hearings before the Minnesota Board of Nursing as well as appeals before administrative law judges. Our lawyers are also very familiar with HPSP and its obligations.

Contact Our Skilled Legal Team

At Restovich Braun & Associates, our foremost goal is to protect your license and your career. Our strength lies in developing effective, proactive strategies.

To learn more about how we can help protect your nursing license, contact us online or call 507-218-2004 today. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Rochester, and we serve clients throughout southern Minnesota.

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