Beth has provided hands-on care to patients in varied clinical settings, including emergency room, ICU, Burn ICU, medical-surgical, telemetry, trauma and psychiatric emergency, and emergency medical transport. With 17 years of experience in delivering care to the most critically ill patients, she brings current and relevant expertise to her work as a Legal Nurse Consultant for Nurse Paralegal USA.
Brandi has fourteen years’ bedside nursing expertise. She has provided care to newborns and adolescents, and gynecological patients. Brandi has also worked in supervisory and Home Health positions. She has completed numerous medical summaries and analyses for NPUSA clients in personal injury and medical malpractice cases since joining Nurse Paralegal USA in 2017.
Corrine has an extensive legal background working in law firms as a paralegal and a legal nurse consultant. Her 16 years of clinical practice encompasses Emergency Department and Cardiac Catheterization. Additionally, she has worked in a supervisory position with United Health Group as a pre-certification RN. Corrine is available to complete medical cost projections and summarize and analyze personal injury, medical malpractice, and toxic tort cases.
David, a practicing chiropractor as well as a registered nurse, provides multifaceted resources and services to Nurse Paralegal USA clients. He has over twenty years of clinical experience in direct patient care, occupational health, and rehabilitation/physical medicine settings. He provides nursing reviews and utilization activities, including IME, MDRs, PHADS, Treatment Plan Reviews, DME Reviews, and Disability Case Review for Nurse Paralegal USA.
With 30 years of nursing experience, Nancy’s specialty focus is Labor and Delivery and Well Baby Nursing. She has worked as a legal nurse consultant for Nurse Paralegal USA since its inception in 2015. During that time, she has capably completed numerous medical records summaries, screenings, and case analyses for personal injury and medical malpractice cases, both plaintiff and defense.
With 21 years of nursing experience, Rachel is currently employed full-time as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit staff nurse, where she also rotates as charge nurse. As a result of caring for critically ill newborns, premature infants and supporting patient families, she brings a deep understanding of family dynamics in times of crisis to her legal nurse consulting work. Rachel works on medical malpractice and personal injury cases for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.
With 15 years of nursing experience, Jessica has worked in many clinical roles, providing patient care in pediatrics, postpartum, surgery, and interventional pain management. In addition to her clinical experience, Jessica specialized in healthcare administration during her graduate studies and spent several years in Surgical Services as a manager/director. Her surgical knowledge has been a clear asset in her work as a legal nurse consultant.
An expert in wound care, Ms. Meyers has served as a dedicated nurse for over two decades. To prepare for her career as a nurse, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Bethel College in 1996 and a Master of Science in Nursing in nursing administration from Keiser University in Fort Lauderdale in 2013. Well-qualified in her field, she is a registered nurse and certified wound care nurse. As part of her commitment to the profession, Ms. Meyers is a member of the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society, the American Nurses Association, and the Wound Healing Society.