Our guest Cheryl Hobbs is the founder of Class Act Consulting Services. With a natural desire for helping people, Cheryl recalls wanting to be a nurse since she was a young girl. Starting as a full-time night nurse, Cheryl was raising four children on her own, going to nursing school, and working nights–but she persevered, eventually earning a spot as an instructor. Exercising her desire to reach beyond her local emergency department, Cheryl became a panel review nurse with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
In addition to a passion for nursing, Cheryl was always interested in the law, and saw legal nurse consulting as an opportunity to exercise both of her passions at the same time! After taking a legal nurse consulting course, Cheryl and her business partner began their business.
Starting with picking a company name, Cheryl and her partner began using the connections in their personal lives to find their first client. From graphic designers to attorneys, Class Act Consulting Services hit the ground running, spending very little in those first months just by utilizing their connections.
Handling a wide range of cases, Cheryl even began volunteering her LNC services on cases involving medical issues–this helped her gain connections and show the value of legal nurse consulting to the district attorney’s office. Cheryl and her team offer services including:
- Case Review
- Obtaining Medical Record
- Translating Jargon
- Finding Specialists
- Expert Witness
Don’t Miss These Moments:
- Cheryl’s extensive experience in nursing.
- Finding Class Act’s first client.
- Marketing legal nurse consulting business
- Value of LNC services.
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We want to inspire nurses to be like you. If you are an experienced NursePreneur, making an impact on the world and helping others, then we would love to chat!
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