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.
If you know me, you know that for 35 years I’ve given my all and more to our CLNC clients. I’ve missed weddings, funerals and birthdays all in the name of customer service.
For 35 years I’ve been very blessed to consult with successful trial attorneys who I like and respect. Along the way I’ve run across a toad or two.
I’ve always preferred consulting with attorneys who trust that I know what they need for their legal nurse consultant jobs. After all, I’m the professional consultant. It’s music to my ears to hear the attorney say, “Vickie, just do what you need to do on this case. I trust you know what I need.”
Years ago an attorney-client shared, “Vickie, I don’t just prepare my case for deposition and trial. I always prepare the opposing side’s case too.”
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Certified Legal Nurse Consultant’s Objective Opinion Gains the Attorney’s Trust and Referrals to More Attorneys
Two minimum qualifications for becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant include being an objective evaluator and a bold advisor.
I love technology, but computers will never replace the importance of meeting your attorney-clients face-to-face to discuss legal nurse consultant jobs and the reports you’ve written.
One of my preferred attorney-clients referred me to his partner, Jim, a guy who lacked any bedside manner whatsoever (he could have given lessons to neurosurgeons) and who, on first impression, could be as intimidating as a late-stage brain cancer diagnosis.