Turning Attorney-Clients into Partners Is No Puzzle for Successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants

Have you ever been puzzled over how to turn your attorney-clients into partners? It’s easy and you won’t need a contract for this either.

Produce stellar reports and legal nurse consulting work product. The reports you write as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant for your medical malpractice and personal injury cases are the most important marketing strategy you can employ. Treat every interaction with an attorney as your most important and the attorney will market for you by referring you to colleagues.

Referral is not the only marketing strategy, but it is every successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultant’s favorite. When it comes to partners for your CLNC® business, you can’t do any better than attorneys raving about your work product.

I’m Just Sayin’

P.S. Comment here to share how you have turned your attorney-clients into partners.

2 thoughts on “Turning Attorney-Clients into Partners Is No Puzzle for Successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants

  1. You are right Vickie, about referrals. Recently I had an interview and had a referral in my packet of information. The attorney read it in front of me and was impressed because he knows the referring attorney. Before the interview he had been telling me he has four new cases he is starting on. After the interview and reading the referral, he told me he has five cases for me.

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