When consulting on legal nurse consultant jobs you might notice a plaintiff attorney rushing to get the case settled. Why? The attorney has a financial interest in expediting the litigation and trial process when the plaintiff is at risk of dying from the incident.
Archive for month: February, 2017
Why do some Certified Legal Nurse Consultants make it look so easy? Is it luck or is it something they do that a less successful consultant doesn’t? I asked 5 CLNC consultants to share their strategies for acquiring attorney-clients and associated legal nurse consultant jobs.
Sure you want your attorney-clients to appreciate you, but their gratitude and applause can’t be the driver for your success. You have to know yourself, respect yourself and not be dependent on the praise of others.
As I’ve stated in the past, I use the Chrome browser for just about everything. It loads quickly, doesn’t suffer from Flash-related issues, seems secure and is generally pretty handy.
The 2017 NACLNC Conference Cruise is just 11 days away, but before you can plan on tropical drinks and relaxing in a Bahamas hammock, please review the Conference Cruise Itinerary for the list of NACLNC Networking Events.
Today’s favorite quote by Gandhi doesn’t require commentary.
The 2017 NACLNC® Conference will be here before you know it. Whether this is your first cruise or you’re an old-salt at cruising, you’ll want to handle these 8 details before you sail.
If you missed my Video Webinar, Is Legal Nurse Consulting the Right Fit for You?, you can view it now! I discuss 5 distinguishing personality traits essential to succeeding as a legal nurse consultant.
We’re all CEOs of our legal nurse consulting business. You’d think we’re the conductor – orchestrating all the moves and outcomes. It doesn’t work that way.
Scareware is not just a threat to your computer’s integrity – it’s also a threat to your sanity.