I Turned a Humdrum Nursing Job into an Exciting New Career*
by Pam Long, RN, LLC, CLNC
About a year ago I complained to my neighbor, a successful trial attorney, about my humdrum nursing job and mediocre pay. He said, “You should go into legal nurse consulting. I think you’d enjoy that.” I had no idea nurses consulted with attorneys, but it made good sense. He explained how his firm worked with an independent nurse consultant and gave me her name.
The next day I called this nurse, and we talked for an hour about legal nurse consulting. She had studied Vickie Milazzo Institute’s CLNC® Certification Program and she encouraged me to check out the Institute’s website.
I just turned in my 40-page comprehensive report. If my attorney-client wins the case, he could save the corporation $10,000,000. It’s obvious he’s getting more than his money’s worth tapping into my skills as a successful CLNC® consultant.
I was soon registered for the CLNC Certification Seminar. The program was great, and nursing once again became an exciting and challenging career for me.
I came home after the seminar and began preparing for my CLNC business. Animated by Vickie’s marketing ideas, I was determined to be successful so I worked at my business plan consistently. Before long I was networking with my attorney neighbor and I told him how Vickie’s program had prepared me to meet attorneys’ needs.
He was impressed that I had taken the CLNC Certification Program and gave me a case. When I turned in my report, he was extremely pleased and gave me a much more important case, the defense of a negligence suit against a huge public utilities corporation. I just turned in my 40-page comprehensive report. If my attorney-client wins the case, he could save the corporation $10,000,000. It’s obvious he’s getting more than his money’s worth tapping into my skills as a successful CLNC consultant.
Thanks, Vickie, for giving me the keys to success. I’m so excited about my new career path. I even convinced one of my nurse friends to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
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