The National Alliance of Certified Legal Nurse Consultants is the nation’s largest and oldest association of legal nurse consultants. Registered nurses who have become members of the NACLNC® Association have completed the most rigorous certification training available in the legal nurse consulting industry. Only Certified Legal Nurse Consultants (CLNC® consultants), have completed training from LegalNurse.com, the industry leader and founder of the legal nurse consulting profession. The CLNC Certification is the first and most widely recognized legal nurse consulting certification in the nation.
From the moment a potential case comes in, the Certified Legal Nurse Consultant becomes an invaluable asset to your legal team. CLNC consultants identify the medical issues, screen the case for merit and make sense out of voluminous amounts of cryptic medical records. The CLNC consultant has the expertise to quickly pinpoint and interpret medical and nursing issues in any case involving health, illness or injury. Nowhere else can an attorney get this level of cost-effective medical insider expertise on their team. Seeking help assessing injuries and identifying causation issues? Let a CLNC consultant tackle the medical records that can stump some attorneys.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants are trained to consult on an extensive number of cases ranging from simple personal injury caused by an auto accident to medical malpractice to groundbreaking litigation such as COVID-19. For a full list of the types of cases a CLNC consultant can handle for your firm please visit Types of Cases.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants are the least expensive way for attorneys to have access to healthcare-related expertise normally obtained by hiring costly MD experts. Because RNs are the only healthcare providers who are face-to-face with patients every day, CLNC consultants are able to educate attorneys about a wide range of medical issues, saving time and money. Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can offer 33 services critical to medical-related cases including locating testifying experts, developing in-depth chronological timelines and assisting with discovery. CLNC consultants excel in analyzing electronic medical records and explaining hospital policies and procedures and their relevance to your case. For a full list of the types of services a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant can provide your firm, please visit Types of Services.
Founded in 1982, LegalNurse.com is the leader in legal nurse consultant training and certification. LegalNurse.com is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Please visit LegalNurse.com for additional information.