Life Care Planning

A Life Care Plan is an effective tool in evaluation of damages related to spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, birth-related impairments, burns, organ transplants, and chronic illness.

The Life Care Plan assists with setting aside financial reserves and addressing damages in personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, automobile accidents, and workers' compensation claims.

Life Care Plans are based upon published standards of practice, a comprehensive assessment, data analysis and research, in a concise and organized plan for the current and future needs, with their expected costs, for the individual who has experienced a catastrophic injury or has chronic health care needs.

Vocational Life Care Planning determines/quantifies lifetime lost earning capacity of the injured adult. It can also project the lifetime earnings of an injured child for use in determining damages in a malpractice or other type of personal injury lawsuit.

Vocational Rehabilitation Plans can also be developed to project the costs of re-training, assistive technology needed for return to work, and placement assistance.

Advance Practice Consulting's life care planners are prepared to testify in court to educate the jury and to defend the plan submitted.

Advanced Practice Consulting's life care planners can also critique a plan submitted by the opposing counsel and offer suggestions for cross examination approaches.

Please read our FAQ for more information about Life Care Planning