J. R. GUNN & ASSOCIATES LLC
"Achieving healthcare excellence
through law – one case at a time."
Legal Nurse Consultant
Over forty years of healthcare and clinical nursing expertise is now available to YOUR medical legal practice! We have chosen to limit our practice to plaintiff cases and are qualified to work with all types of litigation involving medical issues.
Exclusively Dedicated to Assisting Plaintiff Attorneys
Let’s talk! Registered Nurses spend their entire careers reviewing medical documentation and acquiring updated healthcare knowledge necessary to facilitate the provision of quality patient care.
With more than 40 years of experience in healthcare and nursing, Julie R. Gunn, RN,
CLNC® is an Expert nursing care provider. A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant since
2006, Julie is proud to share her medical/nursing knowledge and that of her team
at J. R. Gunn and Associates with Plaintiff attorneys. Our expertise and input saves
TIME and MONEY for our attorney-
We mold our services around the preferences of the individual Plaintiff Attorney client and the unique needs exhibited by each medical case.
Regardless of the stage of the specific litigation, we guarantee you will receive a usable and understandable work product.
"We treat each Plaintiff Attorney client with integrity, respect, and professionalism.
Through our consistent production of an exceptional work product, we build rewarding,
long term relationships with our attorney-
Not so many years ago, admission to a nursing home, skilled nursing facility or assisted living facility was tantamount to a death sentence. With the advent of rehabilitative services, more residents of such facilities are returning to home following a short stay.
One of the major legal issues in nursing relates to the question “Who is qualified to utilize the title of ‘nurse’ in the course of providing care and instruction to patients and family members?”
A medical secretary or medical assistant employed within a physician’s office who identifies himself/herself to patients as a “nurse” may be treading on dangerous medico legal ground. The education and training one must complete in order to become a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse is far more intensive than is required for technical assistants such as a medical secretary or medical assistant.
Did I Talk to a “Nurse” at my Doctor’s Office?