- Critical Care Registered Nurse – Alumnus (CCRN-A)
- Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys. National Business Institute (2013).
- Medical Records: Unraveling Mysteries for Analysis and Interpretation. Organization of Legal Professionals (2012).
- Medicine for Lawyers III: Trauma and Emergency Medicine. Washington, DC Bar Association (2007).
- Understanding the Value of a Legal Nurse Consultant. National Association of Paralegals (2004).
- Nursing’s Role of Patient Care in the Radiology Department. American Radiological Nurses Association (2002).
- Pile, A. “Medical Records and the Legal Nurse Consultant.” KNOW: The Magazine for Paralegals (2012): 42-68.
- Frankenfield, S., Pile, A., Ware, C. “Learning about Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis: An Aggressive Treatment that Can Quickly Resolve Deep Vein Thrombosis.” Dimensions of Critical Care (2002).
- University of Maryland University College, Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Legal Studies with a Minor in Criminal Justice, 2010
- Hagerstown Community College, Associate’s Degree, Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse, 1991
Meet Anne D. Pile
Legal Nurse Consultant
Anne D. Pile works with our team as a legal nurse consultant. With 15 years of experience as a nurse and more than a decade as a legal nurse consultant, she brings medical expertise, a passion for patient advocacy, and an inside understanding of the health care field.
As a legal nurse consultant for Bruce J. Klores and Associates, Ms. Pile reviews medical records and tracks documentation throughout the legal process in order to assemble a clear and comprehensive picture of a patient’s medical history and treatment. She also performs medical literature research and works closely with our legal team during trial preparation and proceedings.
Prior to founding her own legal nurse consulting company, Elite Legal Nurses, Ms. Pile worked as an in-house nurse consultant. Before entering the nurse consulting field, she worked as a cardiac monitor technician and nursing assistant and then as a level III staff RN at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Maryland (now called Meritus Medical Center).
Although she was born in New Orleans, Ms. Pile has called Maryland her home for more than 35 years. She cites her family background as the early source of her passion for both nursing and the law: her father was an FBI agent and her mother was a nurse. She considers her current career in legal nurse consulting “the best of both worlds.”