Healthcare is a complex system with very strict regulations in place. Attorneys won’t always have sufficient knowledge about medical protocols when handling a medical malpractice lawsuit or similar case involving a healthcare provider. This is where an (LNC) legal nurse consultant comes in. We have over 21 years of nursing experience that
Healthcare is a complex system with very strict regulations in place. Attorneys won’t always have sufficient knowledge about medical protocols when handling a medical malpractice lawsuit or similar case involving a healthcare provider. This is where an (LNC) legal nurse consultant comes in. We have over 21 years of nursing experience that helps attorneys understand regulations and protocols so that the attorney will have a better foundational knowledge of healthcare obligations in scenarios related to their case.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation. Let us help you figure out what your best next steps are. The sooner you have a plan of action, the better your chances of taking the correct steps to get the results you want.
Attend and report on IME/DMEs
Analyze medical records for deviation from medical and nursing standards of care
Tampering and/or fraud
Potential missing records
Prepare medical summaries and timelines
Save you time and money by screening for non-meritorious cases
Analyze all relevant medical literature to provide a scientific foundation for developing a persuasive case
Analyze pre-existing conditions that could affect case success
Formulate requests for production and generate potential deposition questions
Assess injuries and identify contributing factors that could impact settlement value
Assist in trial preparation by indexing records, locating expert witnesses, developing deposition/cross-examination questions, summarizing depositions, and creating visual presentations to illustrate complex material
Professional Background: 21 Years in Emergency Department, Trauma, Administration, Education
Professional License: Registered Nurse
Professional Certificates: MSN, MBA, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Trauma Nurse Core Course
Please reach us at if you cannot find an answer to your question. 866-444-9996
Risk-Free Guarantee (If you are not completely satisfied with our work, let us know within ten business days, and we will revise it at our expense until you are completely satisfied.) Increase settlement dollars.
Improve trial outcomes.
Attends Defense Medical Examinations
Saves you time and money through analysis and deciphering of pertinent medical records.
Research and apply authoritative medical/nursing literature.
Simplifies your case preparation.
Provides a critical advantage by adding over 21 years of healthcare knowledge, experience, and expertise to your case.
Strengthens your case by locating the best medical and nursing expert witnesses. Identifies tampering with medical records.
You know what you need to prove in court. A nurse consultant can pinpoint:
Medical evidence to support or challenge your theory
Gaps or inconsistencies in expert reports
Identify records and documents needed during discovery
Expose breaches in care or regulations
Explain the impact of the injuries to the patient’s quality of life
Identify which medical experts are needed in your case
For your Client We can:
Assess the care your client was given and the quality of that care.
Determine if there is too much or too little therapy
Assess medication schedule and appropriateness of the dosage
Explain how the injury or illness impacted their life
Provide support at a DME
Immediately upon deciding to retain us. Send what you have: medical records including relevant radiology or lab studies, medical reports, treatment records or opinions from other medical experts and treating providers. We will let you know what is missing. The more we have at one time, the more cost-effective we can be in our review.
Do you organize medical records? Yes. We take reams of paper or large electronic files and give them back to you in easy-to-follow paper or PDF files.
Free up your staff for other projects and let us provide documents to you that are:
Organized and bookmarked Indexed In chronological order
Bates numbered (if preferred)
When you get a new case, call.
When you feel like you are struggling with a medical issue, call.
When you need a well-qualified expert, call.
When you are getting ready for a difficult deposition of an expert, call.
When you are facing a mound of medical records and don’t have the time to go through them, call.
While we prefer 4-6 weeks' notice to give your case the due diligence it deserves, we understand urgency may be needed in some cases. A rush fee may be added to cases with less than 2 weeks of lead time.
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