Each medical record has thousands of bits of information. Let me help efficiently uncover the crucial facts to empower you to win your case.

Don't Settle For Less — Settle For More

Whether you specialize as a plaintiff or defense attorney your profits escalate when you have experience on your side. Contact me whenever your cases include:

  • Medical or nursing malpractice
  • General personal injury
  • Products liability
  • Birth injury, including Birth Asphyxia, Erb's Palsy, Horner's Syndrome
  • Questions regarding Tampering with the Medical Record
  • A need for Analyzing Policies and Procedures of the Defendant Healthcare Facility

My Services Can Help You Uncover Hidden Dollars In Your Medical Cases

As a medical insider on your litigation team, I can deliver the cost-effective expertise you need to unlock the secrets in the medical record. My knowledge can free up your time to take on more cases by providing valuable services:

  • Screening medical cases to eliminate the expense of nonmeritorious lawsuits
  • Reviewing and analyzing medical records, hospital policies and procedures and other documents to interpret their relevance to your case
  • Identifying the best medical expert witnesses to strengthen the credibility of your case
  • Developing reports and chronologies to highlight the significant medical events and show how they fit into the overall case analysis
  • Researching and applying the authoritative medical and nursing literature

Please contact me today for a FREE Initial Consultation. I am ready to discuss your most challenging cases.


What is a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC)?

A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant is a registered nurse who has successfully mastered the CLNC Certification Program. A CLNC has the expertise to quickly pinpoint and interpret medical and nursing issues in any case involving health, illness or injury.

Why Do Attorneys Need CLNCs?

While the attorney is the legal expert, the CLNC is the expert on the healthcare system and its inner workings. Nowhere else will you find this level of cost-effective expertise for reviewing medical records and understanding the terminology and subtleties of healthcare.

When Should You Call A CLNC?

From the moment a potential case comes in, the CLNC becomes an invaluable asset by identifying the medical issues, screening the case for merit and providing 30 CLNC services relevant to your case.

Why Should You Consult With A CLNC If You're Already Using An MD?

The services of a CLNC are far more cost-effective than those of a physician. As the healthcare provider who is face-to-face with the patient every day, the CLNC can educate you about a wide range of medical issues. This knowledge saves you time and money when working with expensive medical experts.



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