Have you encountered an arrogant nursing expert witness? I did.
Suppose you need a highly credentialed expert witness for a case. You supply experts. You form impressions about experts when you talk with them.
Don’t refer experts to attorneys when the expert doesn’t get past your screening. One phone call left an impression on me.
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points
- The story of the arrogant nursing expert witness
- Why you should leave your ego at the door
- The story of a second problem an expert witness experienced
- What really happened when Sally fell onto the floor and required surgery to her fractured ankle
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Pat founded, grew and sold a successful legal nurse consulting business that had annual sales in the 7 figures. Pat edited “Nursing Home Litigation: Investigation and Case Preparation” published by Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company.