What a CLNC can do to help you win your case...
Attorneys receive the best in profesional legal nurse services from our team of certified legal nursesOur primary mission is to provide the legal community with quality solutions. We have developed a unique professional approach designed to improve outcomes for both our clients and their clients. A certified legal nurse consultant bridges gaps in an attorney's knowledge. To achieve that goal, we work closely with each attorney to better understand the unique challenges involved for their specific project.

Our staff is comprised of experts on nursing and the health care system. Our consultants screen cases for merit; assist with discovery; conduct the existing literature and medical research; organize, index and review medical records; identify and relate standards of care; prepare reports and summaries on the extent of injury or illness; create demonstrative evidence; and locate or act as expert witnesses.

Each consultant on our team is ready act as a specialized member of the litigation team, and contribute to achieving a fair and just outcome for all parties.
  • Testifying Experts
    Locate and interface with testifying experts, analyze and compare testifying experts' reports; help prepare witnesses and experts for deposition and trial.

  • Medical Records
    Organize, paginate, index and analyze medical records; Identify record tampering; Determine factors that caused or contributed to alleged damages/injuries.

  • Reports
    Screening for merit; Brief report identifying strengths and weaknesses of case; Identify addition records need or those that are missing; Research literature and integrate standards/guidelines into case analysis; Develop written reports for study tools for attorneys; Prepare chronologies and timelines of medical events of case; Develop life care plans.

  • Liaison
    Interview plaintiff and defense clients, key witnesses and experts; Consult with healthcare providers: Attend Independent medical exams as impartial witness.

  • Discovery & Court Preparation
    Prepare deposition and trial questions; Prepare interrogatories; Review, analyze and summarize depositions, including past testimony; Assist in exhibit preparation; Assist in resolution of cases through alternative dispute resolution, i.e. arbitration and mediation.