Courtney Randall is TTS’s senior legal nurse consultant. Courtney is responsible for the day-to-day operation and strategic growth of the legal nurse consultant department. Courtney reviews, evaluates, and analyzes medical records so she can bridge the gap for attorneys, who don’t have medical backgrounds, but need facts to support claims of personal injury, medical malpractice, and/or wrongful death.
Courtney’s worked as a legal nurse consultant for the past six years. She’s drawn to the work because she says she likes reading and research. “It’s kind of like a puzzle that we are trying to figure out, and I’m able to find a piece of the puzzle that opens the whole case.”
Courtney earned her master’s degree in nursing in 2017, but before that she worked as an RN at Tampa General Hospital for approximately eight years. Courtney has been around the world for both work and pleasure. She’s volunteered in underdeveloped countries like Guatemala, Panama, and Bali, providing desperately needed health care services.
In her free time, Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, traveling, and spending time outdoors.
This case involves a gynecologist who didn’t know her limits, thereby leading to a birthing mother suffering a 3rd-degree perineal tear during birth, followed by a failure of the doctor to properly diagnose and treat the tear, or to refer
Case Study This case involves the failure of a school administrator and softball coach to properly equip and supervise a middle school softball practice. In May 2013, the plaintiff, a fifteen year old girl, was participating in softball practice indoors