JOHNSON LEGAL NURSE CONSULTING, LLC SERVICES
MEDICAL & MEDICAL FORENSIC CASE REVIEW
Johnson Legal Nurse Consulting, LLC can provide valuable information and consultation in cases that involve: elder abuse, child abuse and neglect, intimate partner violence, injury-related assaults, gunshot wounds, penetrating trauma, sexual assault, strangulation, homicide, medical malpractice and negligent death.
By employing specific knowledge, training and experience to educate attorneys, juries, and the court about the medical forensic evidentiary examination, standards of practice, appropriate techniques, evidence collection, injury evaluation, and current nursing and forensic nursing documentation.
We can provide information regarding the mechanism of injury, the identification of specific injury presentations in consideration of the case information. Review and consideration of disclosures from the victim and the alleged while remaining objective and unbiased when considering the patient care experience and the case investigation.
FORENSIC EDUCATION AND TRAINING
With years of clinical experience, we have the capability and expertise to provide valuable education to the medical and legal community.
At Johnson Legal Nurse Consulting, LLC, we combine our knowledge, training and expertise of expert case review, program development of hospital-based comprehensive forensic programs.
Let us assist you in your case evaluation, program development, policy review and the expansion for sexual assault nurse examiner programs in the transition to a program that provides care to all victims of violence.
EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY
Johnson Legal Nurse Consulting, LLC uses the information from the medical or medical forensic evidentiary examination to aid the legal community about the examination or treatment that was rendered. Evaluating the subjective and objective findings identified from the examination, the deviations from the medical or forensic standard of care, whether injuries are or are not consistent with the disclosure of events. And the presence of omissions in documentation or deviations from the standards of care that may be present in these complex scenarios and situations.