Video on How Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Are Communicating with Attorneys During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Are Communicating with Attorneys During the COVID-19 Pandemic

While many Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and attorneys are still on COVID-19 lockdown, it’s even more important than ever to communicate with your clients. The courts may be closed, but attorneys are still getting new cases, working on existing cases and advancing the discovery process on all of their cases. And they need to hear from you as the CLNC® consultant during the COVID-19 pandemic.

12 Comments Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Should Avoid with Attorney-Clients

12 Comments Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Should Avoid with Attorney-Clients

Last week I shared 16 things a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant should never say to an attorney-prospect. I hope you’re already using their sage advice with prospects. There are also things we should never say to our clients, so this week, six CLNC® consultants disclose 12 comments Certified Legal Nurse Consultants should avoid with attorney-clients. Maybe you’ve been tempted to make one or two of these 12 comments yourself. Read on to learn why you almost always want to avoid them.

Focus, Focus, Focus in Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business

Focus, Focus, Focus in Your Legal Nurse Consulting Business

I just hung up from mentoring a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant regarding a med-surg case. After listening to her ramble aimlessly about the case for three minutes, I politely stopped her and said, “I would really like to help you solve your issue, but would you please describe the issue?” After a few more attempts at rambling and a lot more nudging by me to keep her focused, she finally got to the heart of the matter, and we dealt with it easily and swiftly.

14 Legal Nurse Strategies for Making a Business Meal an Attorney Relationship Builder

14 Legal Nurse Strategies for Making a Business Meal an Attorney Relationship Builder

One of the most famous paintings in history, DaVinci’s Last Supper, is about 13 well-known people sitting around a table sharing bread and wine. From the beginning of mankind people have used food as a way of bonding. The tradition of “breaking bread” goes back to before knives were present at the table. Bread was considered essential to life and it was the ultimate act of sociality to break or share bread with another party – friend, stranger or foe.

8 Customer Service Dos and Don’ts Legal Nurses Can Learn from Not-So-Awesome Restaurant Servers

8 Customer Service Dos and Don’ts Legal Nurses Can Learn from Not-So-Awesome Restaurant Servers

Lucky for me I love to eat out because my schedule often doesn’t leave me the choice of eating at home. Did I say I like to eat out? Let me say I just like to eat. I’m a total foodie, and as Tom says, “I can’t believe we’re eating lunch and you’re already talking about what’s for dinner!” My foodie ways have taken me to restaurants all over the world and in those adventures we’ve encountered both awesome and not so awesome servers.

11 Ways to Retie the Connection as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant

11 Ways to Retie the Connection as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant

We are bombarded with thousands of messages and communications in a single day. So how can you possibly stay in the mind of attorney-clients who are bombarded with clients calling, staffers vying for their attention, email, texts and social media following them everywhere?

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