Watch the recap of this blog Have you ever made a cringe-worthy typo? I have. Embarrassing typos reflect on your expertise for creating detailed oriented reports and other work product for attorneys. Knowing how to proofread your work product makes the difference between something that makes you ashamed and something that makes you proud. Sound […]
Does correct punctuation make a difference? Only if you want to present yourself as a polished legal nurse consultant. Consider the way punctuation changes the meaning of this message. Dear Jack, I want a man who knows what love is all about. You are generous, kind, thoughtful. People who are not like you admit to […]
Attorneys judge you by how well you write. Look at the distinctions between these misused words. Allies versus Alleys Allies are people who are in friendly association with you: The U.S. has several allies. Alleys are spaces between buildings: Don’t walk down dark alleys. Because versus Since Because provides an explanation: Be careful how you […]
Your attorney client asked you to prepare a report to explain your opinions about a case. You could be screening a case for merit, writing an expert witness report, or offering consulting (behind the scenes) consulting services for a variety of cases. Follow these tips to write a persuasive legal nurse consultant report. 1. Everything […]
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