VALID INSIGHT FOR TRIAL ATTORNEYS INTO FUTURE MEDICAL NEEDS AND COST OF CARE
GET CREDIBLE, INDEPENDENTLY FORMULATED, AND DEFENSIBLE
MEDICAL COST PROJECTIONS AND LIFE CARE PLANS
FOR NON-CATASTROPHIC AND CATASTROPHIC INJURIES
BOARD CERTIFIED PHYSICIANS. CERTIFIED LIFE CARE PLANNERS. ACTIVE CLINICAL PRACTICE.
"We have retained LCPMD to determine Life Care Plans on several cases, and the services have been extremely valuable. The work product shows an understanding that each case is unique. It is immediately apparent that LCPMD thoroughly reviews all case materials and promptly takes action to obtain any necessary additional information, whether through treatment records or direct communication with treating physicians.
Particularly important to me is the fact that LCPMD's expertise and candor enable us to determine which medical conditions are related to our client’s case, and which are not. Without LCPMD, this determination would be difficult if not impossible given some clients’ complex medical histories. I highly recommend LCPMD."
-R.M, Plaintiff's Attorney
“Your work has made a strong case even stronger."
-J.W., Plaintiff's Attorney
“Adjustors raised their reserves and the case settled at mediation.”
-M.S., Plaintiff's Attorney
“Life care plan rebuttal report led to a summary judgment and case dismissal.”
-E.F., Defense Attorney
Shorter report than a Life Care Plan and does not include a home visit or interview.
Recommendations are based on medical records, without outreach to treating providers.
Determine costs of care for those living with permanent chronic illness or physical impairment, who retain the ability to perform some or all ADLs (Activities of Daily Living), but do so with difficulty and loss of quality of life.
Conditions include: Mild to Moderate Brain Injury, Spinal Injury, Extremity Injury, Brachial Plexus Injury, Mild to Moderate Burns, PTSD, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Chronic Pain.
Determine costs of care for those living with permanent chronic illness or physical impairment, who have lost the ability to fully perform ADLs (Activities of Daily Living).
Conditions include: Amputation, Spinal Cord Injury, Moderate to Severe Brain Injury, Major Burns