I completed Vickie’s CLNC Certification Program after a local attorney suggested that I look into legal nurse consulting. I had recently torn an article about legal nurse consulting out of my Nurse Practitioner Journal. I considered those two coincidences to be a sign. What a sign it truly was!
Tammie Clarke-Heller RN, BSN, CLNC dropped by our CLNC® Certification Program for the post-exam reception in Philly to share her success story with me and the new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant graduates.
In this video she shares how saying “Yes!” to a single opportunity jumpstarted her CLNC® business.
Success Is Inside!
P.P.S. Comment to congratulate Tammie on her CLNC® success.
CLNC® Success Story: Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Shares Success with Presenting to Trial Attorneys
I was asked to be the speaker at the February meeting for the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys. I arrived early to get prepared. Several people were late due to the weather. Only 10 attorneys braved the cold, rainy, snowy night to attend.
CLNC® Success Story: I Am Living My Passion with an Exclusive Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Contract with One Attorney-Client
After I became a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant, I worked for a corporation doing internal auditing. After two years, a CLNC friend told me about an opportunity to have an exclusive Certified Legal Nurse Consultant contract with an attorney. At first I wasn’t sure I wanted an exclusive contract with any attorney because I did not know if he would have enough work for me. I was wrong. I ended up signing a contract with this attorney-client for $150,000 annually for 40 hours a week. This year I will make about $175,000.
CLNC® Success Story: Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Shares How She Is Billing $10,000/Month Part Time!
I have been a nurse almost 26 years, with 24 of those years working in critical care. For most of that time I loved what I did. However, the last six years have been fraught with increasing dissatisfaction with the nursing profession. I grew (in my old age!) intolerant of the toxic, disrespectful atmosphere of hospital nursing. I had increasingly grown tired of physicians, nursing administrators and hospital administrators minimizing my knowledge, experience and contributions. What else was there to do? This was it, right? But, Vickie’s ads for the Institute’s CLNC Certification Program caught my attention every month FOR YEARS. I thought, “That must be nice!”