It’s hard to believe this is our last post of 2022! We want to say thank you to our clients, nurses, followers, and readers as well – your support allows us to bring the best legal nurse consulting services in the business! As we close out the year, we love to look back on the posts that our readers responded to the most. Here is the Top Ten posts of 2022:
#10: We Love Our Nurses
Typically we like to share how our nurses support clients through defense medical exams, but we want to share why Nutris nurses are the best in the business! Providing an exceptional work environment for our nurses is a pillar of our business. Because of this, Nutris nurses provide remarkable services for our clients. Read how we do it here.
#9: 4 Things Your Client Doesn’t Know About a DME That Could Hurt Your Case?
It’s easy to forget that while attorneys manage defense medical exams often, their clients do not. And a lack of experience and or preparation can spell disaster for your case. Here are four things your client needs to know about their exam – and how our Nutris nurses can assist your client. Read more.
#8: CAALA Convention 2022
This year’s Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles Convention was our 10th year attending as exhibitors and affiliate members! It’s amazing how quickly the decade has flown by. We were thrilled to connect in person with our clients and catch up with them. We also enjoy meeting new people, often who become not only clients as well, but friends too. Read more about the weekend here.
#7: Are These 3 Items Included in Your Response or Objection Letter? Find Out Why They Should Be.
When your client is subject to a defense medical exam, the Response to Objection letter is an important part of the process. Key elements in the letter can help to protect your client and their case. Read about three areas that should be addressed in your Response or Objection letter and why here.
#6: Nutris Legal Nurse Consultants: Our Process
We’re often asked exactly how the process of scheduling a Nutris legal nurse consultant really works. We promise it’s much easier than you think! Here is a breakdown of what happens after you choose to call Nutris for your client’s defense medical exam.
#5: Plantiff Do’s and Don’ts About a Defense Medical Exam
While the defense medical exam process is second nature to defense attorneys, it is most often an inaugural experience for the client. This is important because if a plaintiff is not adequately prepared for a DME, they could do or say something that could cause irreparable harm to their case. Click here for the dos and don’ts for clients in a defense medical exam.
#4: What Your Client Needs to Know about a Defense Medical Exam
While attending a DME is routine for a plaintiff’s attorney, the majority of clients will not have any experience with this type of exam. That may seem like a ridiculous statement, however, failing to adequately prepare a client for what to expect during a defense medical exam can significantly damage their case. For the several areas that should be addressed with clients prior to a DME, click here.
#3: What is a Legal Nurse Consultant
Since 2010, Nutris has been the leader in staffing trained legal nurse consultants for attorneys. Read on to learn more about what exactly an LNC is and how it can help you and your client too. Read the full post here.
#2: 4 Ways a Nutris Legal Nurse Consultant Benefits Your Case
While defense medical exams are routine for attorneys, they are typically new to a plaintiff. That may not seem like a big deal, but without the proper education for the client, a defense medical exam could become detrimental to the client’s case. How can this be avoided? By having a professional, legal nurse consultant accompany your client to their DME. Here are four ways a Nutris legal nurse consultant can be beneficial to your client’s case.
#1: Meet our Founders
Our founders quite literally wrote the book on legal consulting nurses! Click here to read Eric and Andrea Smith’s story and how Nutris was founded.
Here’s to the New Year
If we haven’t had a chance to work together this year, let’s make it happen in 2023. We regularly ask that our new clients try our services just three times. We’re convinced that you’ll be impressed the first time, but we know after the third, you’ll never want to use another legal nurse consulting company! Get scheduled today – visit our contact page or give us a call at 661-362-8333 to get a Nutris legal nurse consultant scheduled for your next defense medical exam.