Patricia Umanah

Patricia Umanah

Patricia Umanah received her B.S.N. in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her MBA from Phoenix University in Charlotte. She has significant clinical experience as a general and geriatric RN. She currently serves as the Director of a Large private Nursing Institution where she trains students to become Certified Nursing Aides according to the curriculum of the State of North Carolina.

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(704) ***-****

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Charlotte, North Carolina

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Using Expert Radar, we uncovered a textbook chapter written by the opposing expert that contradicted his testimony, helping us secure a $44 million verdict—the largest single verdict for a single plaintiff in Kentucky's history.

Mark Alcott, Esq.

Harlin Parker

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