Billed based on number of pages, not hourly.

Meritorious case review includes:

Table of contents

Chronology with commentary

Standard of care summary

Case-Custom Glossary

Document Request List

Non-meritorious case review includes:

Table of contents

Dropbox folder with comments by specialty nurse practitioner

30-minute rationale phone call with the reviewing NP

20% next-case-credit*

Why you should consider a


Clinically, Like the MD, the Nurse Practitioner:

  • is a peer with physicians
  • engages in differential diagnosis
  • orders diagnostic tests
  • assigns medical diagnoses
  • writes prescriptions for medications and treatments
  • is familiar with evidence-based treatment regimens
  • has access to provider-only literature and publication databases
  • is just that… a “practitioner”
  • has outpatient experience critical to personal injury and outpatient medmal analysis

In contrast to the average MD consultant to the legal profession, the NP-CLP

  • bills like a nurse, but thinks like a physician
  • EACH of our nurse practitioners are US-based and obtained her license in the United States
  • is intimately familiar with the anatomy of a hospital patient medical chart–they know just what they are looking at and where to look for trouble. We read the nursing notes where accountability goes up to the hospital!
  • has worked “in the trenches” at the hospital as an RN, often for many years and in many departments
  • regularly delegates to RNs, LPNs, MAs, CNAs, and others

Like the RN legal nurse consultant (LNC),
the NP-CLP

  • often has a broad range of clinical experience
  • can get you and your staff up to speed on relevant medical terminology and acronyms
  • are teachers at heart, and can teach you the anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology that will help you understand and be able to fully and clearly explain to the judge and jury–your client’s case

In contrast to the average RN legal nurse consultant (LNC), the NP-CLP

  • is intimately familiar with mid-level roles–where and how hers crosses and overlaps with the PA’s or the MD’s role.
  • is Masters- or Doctorate-level prepared (2-6 more years of formal education)
  • is, by virtue of that higher education, more highly experienced in clear, concise, and purposeful writing
  • is, by virtue of the focus of graduate-level work, well-versed in the research process and in analyzing and evaluating evidence-based practice
  • is more likely to have held leadership roles as an RN such as participating in department educator roles
  • is more likely to have worked outpatient, and performs diagnostic special testing, etc.

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