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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileLegal Nurse Consultant (Paralegal) The candidate will support the delivery of quality legal services to clients. Will perform critical analysis of clinically related issues as they pertain to clients represented. Review and analyze medical records, pre-existing or co-existing medical conditions, billings, notes of physicians and nurses, charts, pleadings, discovery, deposition transcripts, and insurance documents. Conduct medical research to translate and interpret medical/nursing terms, diagnoses, and treatment plans; outline relevant deviations and adherences to Standards of Care. Evaluate strengths and weaknesses of medical evidence and identify exclusions, oversights and discrepancies. Organize and prepare outlines and narrative summaries of digested medical records for presentation to clients and for use during depositions/trial. Educate attorneys regarding relevant medical issues. Assist with preparation of demonstrative evidence for trial. Assist with preparation for and support during deposition and trial. Process authorizations requesting medical/collateral source records. Work with expert witnesses including assisting them in preparation of trial. Conduct non-party witness interviews and prepare memorandum to keep attorneys apprised of obtained information.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in medical related field required with a strong academic background. Registered Nurse license is required. Paralegal certification is preferred. LNC certification is also preferred. Must have 3-5 years of nursing/medical experience with strong knowledge of medical terminology, anatomical drawings, laboratory tests, medical conditions and medications. Advanced computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office, Westlaw, LexisNexis and PACER required. Strong time-management skills are needed.
Submit resume and cover letter online. No phone calls.
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe L.L.P
51 West 52nd Street
New York City, NY 10019-6142
Current Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017
Keep new people on standard hours and instead offer overtime for the first week or two if they stay extra for training.Pros : If you have no other choice in place to work this place will be nearly on par with other places.