I was speaking with a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who accidently upgraded her computer to Windows 10 from Windows 8. She hadn’t been particularly happy with Win8 but was much less happy with Win10 because many of her legacy devices weren’t compatible with the new version of Windows.
Archive for month: June, 2016
One of my most memorable cases is a legal nurse consultant job involving a teenage male, John, who became a quadriplegic following a sports-related injury. He was admitted to the hospital for a routine revision of his suprapubic catheter and discharged home five hours after the procedure in reportedly stable condition.
I like to believe that one of my favorite quotes “People who say ‘It can’t be done,’ are always being interrupted by somebody doing it” describes me. Yes, I like to be the person doing what others say can’t be done.
As a CLNC consultant you’re in complete control of how things are done and what you accomplish in your legal nurse consultant jobs. You decide how to run your CLNC business and the types of cases you consult on.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Susan Thibeault, RN, MS, MBA, APRN, CRNA, EMT-P, CLNC turned her own personal injury case into a legal nurse consultant job and obtained her first attorney-client at the same time. Watch this video or read the transcript below to see how she did it.
You wake up to a new day each day. Waiting for you in that new day is possibility. Yesterday is over and tomorrow is yet to be determined.
Broadband is essential for your legal nurse consultant business and fast download speeds will get those documents from your attorney-client’s Dropbox account quickly and easily. Fast upload speeds are also essential for any Certified Legal Nurse Consultant returning work product to an attorney-client. Then there’s that ability to do research for your legal nurse consulting jobs – all of which goes faster with a stable, robust broadband connection.
Once you obtain an attorney-client for your legal nurse consulting business you want to keep that attorney for the life of your business. After all, it’s a lot more fun to consult on medical cases you can bill for than to devote non-billable hours to marketing to total strangers.
Between work, computers, tablets, the Internet, Game of Thrones and smartphones it’s possible to never step outside, except to get a better signal or to get in and out of your car.
When you have a legal nurse consultant job to do, it pays to communicate directly with the decision-maker, i.e., the lead attorney. At any moment in time, you need to know what the attorney is thinking about the case and where he plans to go with it.