One of the common reasons attorneys contact legal nurse consultants is because they are handling a case involving a fall. Or as the attorneys like to call them, “fall down cases”. Falls in the nursing home may result in no or mild injury, and you are not going to hear about those cases. But the […]
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Donna Denert has been involved in healthcare since the age of 16. She’s a third-generation nurse and she’s worked in numerous nursing capacities, currently in long-term care for the last 17 years. She is a nurse consultant with the Middletown Connecticut Health Department and a board-certified legal nurse consultant. Donna is also interested and trained […]
In Legal Nurse Podcast 274, Heidi Cross commented on the unavoidable pressure sore. In this podcast, I go a bit deeper into the concepts of how pressure sores cases are defended. I spent 20 years testifying as a medical surgical nursing expert. Some of those cases involved pressure sores. Listen in as Pat Iyer chats […]
Heidi Cross is a board certified wound and ostomy nurse, and also a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She is working in Syracuse, New York. She also has her own independent practice and does expert witness work for both plaintiff and also defense attorneys Today we’re going to be talking about avoidable and unavoidable pressure sores, […]
In this podcast, I cover 2 ways you as a legal nurse consultant could get into ethical issues. We’ll start with romance scams, which is what Debby described, and is also called catfishing. And I will cover common ethical issues attorneys face and how you can get pulled in. Your knowledge of how to spot […]