Can an LPN be a legal nurse consultant?

Answer In order to work as a legal nurse consultant, a nurse must first hold a valid state registered nurse (RN) license. An RN license may be obtained after completion of a bachelor of science in nursing... Read More »

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What can a legal nurse consultant (lnc) do for me?

On One Hand: A Bridge Between the Medical and Legal CommunitiesA legal nurse consultant (LNC) provides medical expertise in legal cases, such as personal injury, product liability, medical malpract... Read More »

What is the Salary of a Legal Nurse Consultant?

A legal nurse consultant is typically a registered nurse (RN) who chooses to specialize in legal consulting. A typical RN earns between $50,000 and $70,000 annually. However, when an RN becomes a l... Read More »

How Is a Legal Nurse Consultant Certified?

Registered nurses (RN) and other professionals with nursing experience may choose to expand their horizons and work as legal nurse consultants (LNC) and aid the legal process and the judicial syste... Read More »

How Is a Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) Different From a Paralegal?

Paralegals and legal nurse consultants often do similar work and take many of the same courses to become certified. An LNC is a registered nurse who focuses on law and medicine. As a consultant, an... Read More »