Attorneys for Nurses

Attorneys for NursesWhy trust the Chapman Law Group for your legal problems you may face as a nurse? Because our attorneys for nurses have over 30 years’ experience.

Our lawyers are dedicated to specific areas of health care law, including licensure, criminal and negligence. We represent nurses daily before the Board of Nursing, administrative courts and state licensing departments.

And we are dedicated to protecting your license, your livelihood — and your freedom.

With offices Florida and Michigan, our attorneys for nurses specialize in matters such as:

    • Disciplinary actions: Suspensions, revocations, restrictions, administrative complaints, BON and ALJ hearings, investigations, appeals, modifications
    • Licensure issues: Denials, renewals issues, difficulty obtaining a license, reporting convictions
    • Criminal actions: DUI, drug diversion, prescription fraud, theft, assault
    • Impairment program matters: HPRP, IPN, PRN
    • Professional liability: Negligence
    • Correctional health care issues: Deliberate indifference, malpractice
    • Employment issues: Employment contract review, credentialing, termination, harassment claims, disciplinary action, retaliation
    • Business matters: Practice startup and acquisition, contract review


As a nurse, we know you’ve invest a significant amount of time and money into your education and training. You depend on your professional license to earn a living. When a disciplinary, employment or criminal action is taken against a nurse, your license is at risk.

Chapman Law Group’s licensure attorneys assist hundreds of nurses yearly with disciplinary matters that threaten their license. Every day we meet before the Board of Nursing, administrative courts and state licensing departments (LARA, DOH, ODH) to fight for our clients.

Our attorneys for nurses have significant experience with common disciplinary matters, including:

Our licensure attorneys also have experience handling more complex disciplinary actions against nurses, such as criminal prescription fraud and drug distribution charges. We also help nurses who have difficulty obtaining or renewing a nursing license because of prior criminal convictions, disciplinary action or relinquishment.

Criminal Defense

For nurses who are facing felony charges related to health care — such as drug trafficking, drug diversion, criminal health care fraud and sexual misconduct involving patients — our criminal defense lawyers are here to take your case.

Our criminal law attorneys are unique, because they only represent health care providers. Their combined knowledge and experience in both criminal law and health care law allows them to handle the most complex cases against nurses.

We also defend against DUI, assault, shoplifting and other criminal charges that can threaten a health professional’s medical license, DEA registration and CMS enrollment.

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