Additional Services

  • Conduct client interviews
  • Act as liaison among attorneys, physicians, and clients
  • Conduct research and summarize medical literature
  • Identify missing records
  • Review electronic medical records

Insurance Company

  • Investigate potential fraud issues
  • Write fact analysis report for defense
  • Assist with settlement packages
  • Clarify how health care systems work

Hospital Legal Counsel / Risk Management Dept

  • Assess potential problem areas in facility
  • Risk management support and education
  • Assist with developing corrective action plans

Plaintiff Firm

  • Determine merit of case
  • Attend defense medical exams
  • Identify causation and damages
  • Prepare visual aid demonstrations

Defense Firm

  • Define standards of care
  • Organize medical records
  • Chronology of medical events
  • Create medical deposition questions
  • Identify expert witnesses

Types of Cases reviewed by Legal Nurse Consultants

  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Product Liability
  • Elder Abuse
  • Worker's Compensation
  • Patient Injuries
  • Wrongful deaths
  • Medical Errors


Will the LNC be deposed to testify regarding the written case analysis?

No. LNCs work behind the scenes. The work product is protected by attorney-client privilege

How can an LNC consult with both Defense and Plaintiff firms without bias?

Conflict of interest cases will not be accepted by LNC’s. The LNC bases the analysis on factual medical evidence. Facts are supported by standard of care and medical research

Do LNC's have geographic practice limitations?

No. LNCs can serve clients in many locations throughout the state or across the country. Our consulting services are available through a wide range of communication channels, including but not limited to telephone, email, videoconferences, digital services, and traditional mail.