LNCtips.com Newsletter - October 2, 2012
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Letters of Understanding


Congratulations!  You just got your first client and you're itching to review some medical records.  However, before you start your review, take time to put the terms of your spoken discussion with the attorney into a letter of understanding.  A written letter of understanding identifies the terms of the spoken agreement for your servicesThat way, both you and the attorney will be clear about your upcoming assignment.  Let's look at the types of things to include in your letter of understanding.  Read More. 


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