Nursing Malpractice: From the Eyes of Experts.

If you are an expert witness or would like to be, you’ve got a problem:

●  How do you stand out in a competitive field?

●  How do you draw attention to yourself?

●  How do you show that you are knowledgeable so that attorneys will hire you?

If you wonder about these things, this message is for you.

Here’s why:

When attorneys (and other LNCs who make recommendations for experts) remember you, they think of you when they have a case for an expert with your skills.

If you remain invisible, the case goes to someone else. What most new experts do when facing this problem of being invisible is that they hope attorneys will find them. They hope their networking will yield results. In some situations, those hopes work. But this is a slow process. You want faster results. You want the pleasure of reviewing cases, of helping attorneys, and depositing money into your bank account.


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I’ve got an answer that works. Here’s what happened to me.

In 1985, I teamed up with two other nurses to write a book. In 1986, W.B. Saunders published our first book, Nursing Process and Nursing Diagnosis. When I approached attorneys about being an expert witness, they were impressed with seeing that book on my C.V.

I got cases immediately. In the 25 years that I served as a nursing expert witness, I continued to add publications as an author, editor, and coeditor.

As an editor of books, I assembled the team of authors. I discussed with them the focus of the chapter. I reviewed their outlines, gave them guidance, read their drafts ,and completed the copyediting. I held their hands every step of the way.

And I did this with 25 books. No other legal nurse consultant has written as much, edited as many books, and contributed publications to the LNC field as I have.

Being a published author has made all the difference for me, and for the nurses who contributed chapters to my books.

I would love to see you take this step to gain more visibility, authority, and credibility.

It starts with a chapter.

I’m putting together a book tentatively called Nursing Malpractice: From the Eyes of Experts.

The book will have up to 12 authors, each writing a chapter.

When you write your chapter for this book, you’ll gain

  • ●  Visibility so that attorneys can find you and offer you work
  • ●  Authority and credibility – you’ll be a recognized expert
  • ●  Encouragement and support from me and your fellow authors
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Join the first book of this series now. The spots will go fast. Your investment includes

  • ●  A course to teach you how to structure and write your 1500-to-2000-word chapter – so there is no guesswork. You’ll get a system you can use again.
  • ●  A meeting with me to discuss the focus of your chapter so you know how to get started
  • ●  Your chapter in a professionally edited and laid out book with up to 11 other fellow authors
  • ●  The satisfaction of seeing your book on Amazon

What do I expect of you?

  • ●  Write your chapter
  • ●  Adhere to the deadlines
  • ●  Help to promote the book


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