M. Elizabeth (“Liz”) Lanier is a nurse attorney in the Tampa office. Liz was one of the original attorneys in the Tampa office when it was founded in 2001. She has extensive experience in medical malpractice and nursing home litigation, as well as health care licensure defense. She frequently writes about and lectures on medical-legal issues, with an emphasis on patient autonomy and advance directives.
Liz is also licensed as a Registered Nurse in Florida and as a Health Care Risk Manager in Florida.
Published appellate opinion: Roche Sur. v. Department of Fin. Serv., 895 So.2d 1139 (2nd DCA 2005).
|Parlez-Vous la Terminologie Medicale?||The Florida Nurse||03/2011|
|HAWL’s CLE Project: Legal Education for Relative Caregiver Advocates||HCBA Lawyer||02/2011|
|The Right to Refuse: Update||The Florida Nurse||12/2010|
|Florida’s Good Samaritan Act||The Florida Nurse||09/2010|
|The Right to Refuse: Only for Some?||The Florida Nurse||06/2010|
|Adverse Incident Reporting in Florida||The Florida Nurse||09/2009|
|Advance Directives: Following the Patient’s Wishes||The Florida Nurse||01/2009|
|“Preparing Nursing Home Staff for Deposition” (Co-authored chapter)||Nursing Home Litigation: Pretrial Practice and Trials (2d ed.)||2003|
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