My interest in becoming a medical analyst began when I met Solly Robins, one of the firm's founders, in 1990. Over the course of several days, Mr. Robins provided me with background information regarding the firm's use of registered nurses as medical analysts. After talking with Mr. Robins, I was intrigued by the job and interested in pursuing a career as medical analyst.
In June of 1990, I was hired at Robins Kaplan LLP. Over the years, I have had the opportunity to be a team member on each case that I work on. Our roles are clearly defined and we work closely together to provide outstanding service to our clients. We work hard to provide answers to our clients' questions while we undertake an investigation to determine if a medical negligence case exists and should be pursued.
Although I work on all different types of cases, my area of specialty within the firm involves birth injury cases. I have spent years working on cases involving devastating birth-related neurological injuries. Although these cases are very complex from a medical and legal perspective, I find them to be extremely interesting and rewarding.
I am currently the President of the Minneapolis Chapter of Legal Nurse Consultants. In addition, I hold an advisory board position with the North Hennepin Community College Paralegal Program. I am as interested in my job as a medical analyst today as I was when Mr. Robins initially introduced me to the position. I am proud to be part of a dedicated team that provides outstanding personal service to our clients.