Our Specialties | Pharmaceutical Litigation
When it comes to Pharmaceutical litigation, ALN Consulting’s team is uniquely qualified to evaluate claims and provide defensive evidence. Our legal nurses have the knowledge, training, and clinical experience to differentiate between medical negligence and product liability.
ALN Consulting works with litigation involving administration of medication errors, drug recalls, improperly prescribed medications, long-term side effects of prescription drugs, improperly filled prescriptions, and product failures. We provide ongoing education and guidance regarding safety alerts issued by the Food & Drug Administration, as well as recalls.
With years of education and experiential foundation, our nurses are trained to assess adherence to standards and/or deviations, and guidelines of healthcare practice as it applies to the healthcare profession. We provide work product tailored to each case, from detailed medical record chronologies to extraction of critical facts and development of demonstrative evidence with key data for trial. ALN nurses provide critical analysis of the medical records, support negotiation through identification of alternative causation elements, conduct extensive pharmaceutical research, and develop case-specific work product and opinions pertinent to the resolution of the claim.
Our nurses serve as analysts, researchers, strategists, and educators who bring in-depth knowledge of nursing, medicine and the healthcare system to the litigation team. ALNs professional management team of nurses provides project oversight, seamless workflow processes, and client support upon request. Legal nurse consultant’s findings and conclusions are relied upon in numerous matters and have been involved in ground-breaking litigation across the United States over the last 10 years.
We will join your team and assist you in the development of a strong case, with powerful evidence, in a cost-effective and efficient manner. ALN will be a valuable member of your legal team.
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