Experts are a major expense in litigation and need to be used efficiently, not for bringing your lawyer up to speed on the medicine. Rose Parisi, RN, brings her years of experience as a ICU/CCU nurse and case manager to the task of shifting through voluminous records in order to identify and highlight the important medical facts for the lawyers and for our experts. She has extensive experience with the medically complex patient, a broad–based knowledge of medical surgical issues, critical care, infection control, quality improvement, palliative care and case management. She helps us analyze and evaluate the strengths and weakness of our medical malpractice cases. More than once Rose has identified alternative theories of causation, which allowed us to ultimately prevail at trial.


DePaul University (Bachelor of Science in Nursing, summa cum laude)


American Association of Critical Care Nurses (1987 – present); American Nurses Association (1997 – present); SWINS (Intravenous Nurse Association)( 2000 – 2001)


Critical Care RN (1987 – 2002); Advance Cardiac Life Support (1986 – 2002); ACLS Instructor (1988 – 2002) Coronary Care (1974 & 1982); Case Management: Milliman Care Guidelines(2011 – 2013) Palliative Care (2002 – 2013)


Wheaton Franciscan-North Market Patient Advocate Champion (2012); Wheaton Franciscan-St. Joseph Hospital Nursing Research and Practice Award (2007); St Joseph Hospital Excellence in Nursing Award (1991)