*Regina Parimi is not licensed to practice law. Her activities are directly supervised by attorneys licensed to practice law in the firm’s Greenville, SC office.
Regina is a Senior Nurse Consultant, as well as a board certified Life Care Planner, with extensive experience analyzing medical issues surrounding liability and damage claims on behalf of clients involved in personal injury/wrongful death litigation, workers’ compensation, and hospital and medical board disciplinary actions. She has 35 years of nursing experience, including patient care in the hospital and outpatient rehabilitation settings, workers’ compensation case management, medical cost projecting, and life care planning. She provides testimony as an expert witness in the life care planning arena. As a nurse consultant, Regina works with clients and their legal teams to provide medical information in support of litigation goals. Regina analyzes medical records to identify key defense points, prepares material for expert witness review, medical case summaries, medical expense analyses, and damages assessments. Regina joined the Firm as a part-time nurse paralegal in 2009 and transitioned to a full time Senior Nurse Consultant in 2018.
Her litigation-related work has covered a wide range of areas including professional negligence, personal injury, mass torts, product liability, and analysis of claims regarding reimbursement of Medicare and Medicaid funds. Regina is particularly adept at analysis of complicated medical records, appraisal of causation issues, and assessment of fraud and reimbursement issues.
Regina was educated in life care planning through the University of Florida, and passed the qualifying board examination to become a Certified Life Care Planner [CLCP] by the International Commission for Health Care Certification [ICHCC] in 2015. She is a member of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals and is active within the organization in areas such as standards of practice and continuing education for association members.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Regina Parimi