Our Specialties | Personal Injury
ALN Consulting’s experienced legal nurse consultants can give your firm an advantage in a complex Personal Injury case by saving counsel time and money. Our team helps your counsel make sound decisions related to experts resulting in comprehensive and conclusive facts analysis, and the most efficient settlements possible to help you avoid leaving money on the table.
ALN Consulting’s systematic approach to record review ensures that your cases will be evaluated honestly for merit in Personal Injury cases such as auto accidents, premises liability (including slip and fall, sexual assault, physical assault), theme park cases, aviation cases, liquor liability cases, sports injury cases, toxic mold cases, and dog bites. Our nurses will apply their knowledge to improve your case screening process, and crucial missing records and medical experts will be identified.
ALN’s nurses will help counsel objectively identify the severity or extent of the injury, proximate cause, and will isolate the basis for a damages claim. If your case goes to trial, you will be armed with strategies for presenting complicated medical evidence to the jury or judge. Although each case is reviewed systematically, it is also reviewed with an eye toward personalizing the work product to optimize the presentation for each individual case.
While most Personal Injury attorneys are quite skillfully self-educated on medical terminology, injury mechanism, and pathophysiology, the ALN Consulting legal nurse consultant team will ensure your counsel is equipped with all they need to understand each cases’ individual nuances. Our legal nurse consulting team has a depth of knowledge in many nursing specialties, so no Personal Injury case is beyond our expertise.
With ALN Consulting by your side, your firm will be in control of the mountain of medical records involved in Personal Injury cases and have a case that is supported with the most current healthcare research and literature, setting your firm and your client up for success.
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