I read a story about the Toledo law firm, Charles Boyk Law Offices, that is taking up the fight for students at Owens Nursing School. Apparently, Owens Nursing School lost its accreditation and now students are scrambling either transfer or find a job. The problem is that because the school is no longer accredited, it is likely that the credits for classes already taken may not transfer to the other school. This means repeating nursing courses that were already taken and paid for by the students.
Toledo attorney Charles Boyk has a reputation for fighting for the rights of his clients in all types of civil cases, mostly against big corporations and insurance companies. This case is right up his alley and the nursing students need his help now. There is a limited window of opportunity for nursing students to receive fair compensation for the problems caused by Owens Nursing School losing its accreditation. Clearly, anyone who sits on the sideline waiting for something too happen will most likely be left out of any settlment. Any nursing student looking to be fairly compensated should call Charles Boyk as soon as possible.