Another Really Nice Client Review with my Response

Here is another really nice and very accurate client review and my response. I can write blogs about this stuff. But, client testimonial about how aggressive and direct my representation is becomes the best blog.

I received a “letter of concern” from Pa nursing board after a charge of public intoxication.I unwittingly responded to the Board before contacting Richard.What a mistake!!!!The Board is not your ally-quite the opposite.Their job is to destroy you both financially and mentally.
Fortunately,Richard was able to expertly win our court case.Unfortunately,unbeknownst to me,I had been suffering from Bipolar disorder all the while,and the relentless emotional stresses caused by the Board caused me to suffer deep depression and a resulting manic swing where I had 2 DUI’s in a span of less than 2 weeks. Richard was right there for me and had my charges lessened significantly.Despite that,the Board required that I participate in their onerous,soul and money sucking program.I chose to voluntarily suspend my RN license rather than go through with that.I would not be able to work in my specialty during the 3+ years in the program,be out of thousands of dollars,and may not be employable when all is said and done.32 years as a nurse is enough for my lifetime anyway.
Richard Hark is an expert in protecting licenses of health care professionals and will work tirelessly to win your case.He is also very understanding and helpful with your anxieties at such a stressful and unsure time.I recommend him 100%.

Richard Quinton Hark’s response: “Thank you. I am so happy to help. I aggressively support every client’s need to take their medication without VRP and PHMP interjection in you, the professional’s, course of medical care and treatment. The one size fits all, regulatory approach does not work for everyone. We live in the best time of medical care and lawful prescription medication management of many medical conditions. Do not be ashamed or scared of your medical care as it pertains to your license. Anxiety, depression, ADHD are commonly diagnosed medical conditions for which properly administered and dosed medication management is no one’s business but the patient. Do not tell your job, your manager, the D.O.N., or any police officer in a DUI investigation. Do not respond to any letter of concern or sign medical authorizations releasing your medical care and treatment history to a social worker. Call me. This client and the others who have reviewed me attest to my aggressive defense of you, your privacy, and your license. I couldn’t be happier for this client who trusted my professional experience to help them, and won!!!!!!!”

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A Really Nice Client Review

“I was caught completely off guard this past fall when after attending a concert with some friends I received a DUI. It was the first driving offense I had received in 40 years and I felt very bad about it happening. What I did not expect however, was that within 48 hrs, I received notice from the State Board of Nursing, that I needed to sign some documents stating that I would enter into a program that they run for alcoholics and if I didn’t sign, I would lose any chance of saving my nursing license in the future if I was found guilty. I have no words for how devastated I felt. I have been in nursing for 38 yrs without so much as a verbal correction. I had no idea, that the DUI would result in the loss of my professional license. I was completely terrified. So, knowing that I was not guilty of being an alcoholic and have no history whatsoever of any type of substance abuse at home or work, I signed the papers, thinking they would support me. Well, it was quite the opposite. They way their system is set up, once you sign the papers, they say that you are guilty. Thank God, I have a good friend, who knew me well, and began researching this process since it didn’t make sense to her. She found Richard Hark and told me that I needed to see him immediately. I hope that if you have found your way to this page through your own research, you will go to talk to him. He took extremely good care of me and my case was closed. I was wrong to get a DUI, but to lose my nursing license was not fair. I am getting ready to retire in a few months and I asked my supervisor if I could give an inservice to the other nurses, explaining to them, the unfair practices that are out there. Best to anyone who reads this.”

 

Please call me if you feel like this.

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