Our LNCN team will save you time and money by attending the DME, preparing a detailed report and testifying to the facts of the exam if warranted.
Don't leave your client alone; have a nurse DME advocate(guard) on your Plaintiff’s side at the DME. They can protect your client and assist attorneys in understanding the medical facts, and what took place during the exam.
Defense medical exams can be adversarial, stressful and your client may experience great stress during exam when faced with a hostile doctor. The LNCN DME advocate are professional registered nurses trained in assessment techniques and are respected for their professionalism by medical doctors.
Your client should have a fair and reasonable exam. An LNCC DME advocate will observe the medical exam and ensure it is properly confined to the medical issue at hand and not turn into a medical deposition. Our experienced nurses guarantee the adherence to all civil codes of procedure and protect your client from revealing information that may affect the outcome of your case.
Our DME advocate services include:
Why use an independent LNC (Registered NURSE) as your
Courts have ruled that an observer can attend and audio record DME exams. While some attorneys /paralegals attend exams, they are not familiar with medical tests or instruments/measurements. They have problems recalling/identifying important details of the examination when the doctor is asking questions at lightning speed. Nurses are trained in medical assessments/ jargon and are better prepared to report on what happened in the exam. Also, as they are independent contractors, and health care professionals they can testify to the facts, and they would not be biased by a jury/judge as a paralegal or attorney might be.
Protect your client – call LNCN and send a professional Nurse observer to their DME.
** LNCN DME Advocates are available to attend DME with your client in New York/Connecticut / Palm beach County, Florida. We can also have national DME Advocates that can serve your client in many of the United States.