Stacey Ringham RN, BSN, LNC

What is an LNC?

Why use an LNC? 

As licensed registered nurses, LNC's bring specialized healthcare education and clinical experience to the medically related issues of the litigation process. This education and experience distinguishes LNC's from paralegals and legal assistants and provides the foundation for the LNC's ability to recognize, interpret and analyze all relevant medically related information in a claim or case.

  • ​Act as a liaison with attorneys, physicians and clients
  • Organize medical records and other medically-related litigation materials
  • Prepare chronologies of medical events and correlates them to the allegations
  • Define and evaluate the standards of care practices
  • Review and analyze documents and compares them to the allegations
  • Educate attorneys regarding medical facts and issues relating to a case or claim
  • Research applicable literature and evidence to determine the merits of a case
  • Prepare chronologies of medical events and correlates them to the allegations

What services do I offer? 

An LNC is a licensed, registered nurse who performs a critical analysis of clinical and administrative nursing practice, healthcare facts and issues and their outcomes for the legal profession, healthcare professions, consumers of healthcare and legal services, and others as appropriate.