Who needs LPC
Anyone who obtains a license from a government agency
Every person who engages in a government regulated activity must first obtain a license or permit from a licensing board or agency. Regardless of whether that person is driving a car or performing heart surgery, the government requires all license holders to maintain their license in “good standing” or risk having their license suspended or revoked in an enforcement proceeding. For this reason, it is absolutely necessary that YOU protect YOUR license.
How can LPC help
quality legal representation
LPC is the first and only legal services contract company that will provide you with expert legal representation during every stage of a license revocation proceeding. If you want to maintain and protect your license, we have several plans that are specifically designed to meet your license and legal needs. We also have plans for family members, employers, groups, and associations, or just let us customize a plan that fits all your legal needs.
Why choose LPC
is your livelihood
When you choose to become an LPC Member, you have the peace of mind in knowing that skilled and experienced lawyers are prepared to handle any legal challenge that may affect the status of your license. Why pay THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS IN ATTORNEY FEES when LPC offers affordable license and legal plans for less than ONE DOLLAR A DAY? Become an LPC Member today and start feeling more secure about your license and your livelihood.
FEATURED LICENSE OF THE MONTH
Nursing is a profession within the health care sector that focuses on the care of individuals, families, and communities. Nurses work to promote health, prevent disease and help patients cope with illness. Nurses collaborate with physicians in the performance of treatments and examinations, the administration of medications, and the provision of direct patient care in convalescence and rehabilitation.
No other profession offers the opportunity to make such a profound difference on the lives of people who truly need and appreciate it. Good nurses greatly contribute to the success and stability of healthcare institutions and to the mental and physical wellbeing of their patients. They give not only their book knowledge, but a piece of their heart to each and every patient they care for.
To become a licensed RN in the state of Texas, applicants must have graduated from a state-approved nursing school program and passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).Texas also offers licensure by endorsement for RNs licensed in another state. Applicants must have graduated from an approved nursing program and passed the NCLEX-RN or State Board Test Pool Examination (SBTPE) or have worked as an RN in the preceding four years. In addition, before being issued a permanent license in Texas, all applicants must pass the state’s nursing jurisprudence exam. Texas requires RNs to complete 20 contact hours of Continuing Education (CE) every two years in order to renew their license.
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