Congratulations on getting your first case! All you have to do is take action with these top 10 strategic measures and you’ll make your first legal nurse consultant job a success.
I recently mentored a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant who disappointed an attorney-client. She was having a pity party related to the humiliation she suffered.
I used to think all the distractions of technology have caused people to stop listening. There’s always something trending on Twitter® or Facebook® beeping and vibrating at us. While that already seemed like a lot of squirrels to chase, now I’m afraid the newest trend is people not reading their email thoroughly.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants provide a cost-effective service when advising plaintiff attorneys that a case is nonmeritorious. This advice can save an attorney as much as $200,000 for a medical malpractice case. That’s money that can be budgeted toward a meritorious case.
Yesterday I received an email from a CLNC® student wanting to know if she should market to attorneys in her area before she completed the CLNC Certification Program. She wanted to assess which attorneys are interested in hiring her as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
You want to make it your goal as a CLNC® consultant to be involved in every legal nurse consultant job from beginning to end. If the attorney does not fully engage you in a meaningful and intense way the probability of the attorney associating you with the outcome will be low. The result – fewer legal nurse consultant jobs in the future.
There’s a strategy to obtaining more legal nurse consultant jobs from attorneys. In this blog the CLNC Pros share 11 ways to keep your attorney-clients coming back for more.
While we’re not supposed to have favorites, when it comes to attorney-clients, many of us do. I asked the CLNC Pros to share their favorite attorney-client(s) and what they do to nurture these important professional relationships.
While exhibiting at a legal conference with the VIP Pros, I observed that one of the Certified Legal Nurse Consultants was having trouble getting to the point. Nothing I said to her was working.
There’s an urgent care center in our area with a sign that proudly declares its USP “Medical Attention When You Need It.” But, right underneath that same USP are the center’s hours of 8:00am-6:00pm. So you can have all the medical attention when you need it as long as you only need it from 8:00am-6:00pm.