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We are an Extensive Team of Strong Medical Foundation Economic Damages Experts in Personal Injury Litigation: Board Certified Physician Life Care Planners, PhD Neuropsychologists, 
Vocational Experts, and PhD Economists. 

We deliver Valid Insight for Personal Injury Plaintiff and Defense Attorneys into Future Medical Needs, Loss of Earning Capacity, 
and Present Value Costs.

You get Credible, Independently Formulated, and Defensible
Life Care Plans, Life Care Plan Rebuttals, Vocational Loss of Earning Capacity Assessments, Neuropsychology Assessments, and Present Value Assessments for Catastrophic and Non-Catastrophic Injuries.

Dedicated Case Manager Support.
Expedited Turnaround Available.
Flat Fee Upfront Value Pricing Available.

Cyber & Professional Liability Insured.

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“The team and the experts were very responsive, professional and helpful during the process of litigation up to the trial period. Would highly recommend LCPMD as they are exceptional."

 -G.G., Defense Attorney

Team

Our Extensive Team of Strong Medical Foundation
Economic Damages Experts in Personal Injury Litigation.

Board-Certified Physician Life Care Planners. 

PhD Neuropsychologists.

Vocational Experts. 

PhD Economists.

Services

Services: Ease of Retaining
1, 2, 3, or all 4 of our Damages Experts to Provide Independent Comprehensive Analysis and Testimony,
plus a Dedicated Case Manager

Traumatic Brain Injury
Get All 4 Experts
Physician Life Care Planner
Neuropsychologist
Vocational Expert
Economist

 

Catastrophic Injury Life Care Plan by Physician Life Care Planner

  • Determine costs of care for those living with permanent chronic illness or physical impairment, who have lost the ability to  perform ADLs (Activities of Daily Living).

  • Conditions include: Amputation, Spinal Cord Injury, Brain Injury, Major Burns, Visual and Hearing Impairment, Birth Injury (i.e. Cerebral Palsy, Erb's Palsy), Significant Brachial Plexus Injury, Polytrauma.

Non-Catastrophic Injury Life Care Plan by Physician Life Care Planner

  • 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:  Spinal Injury, Upper and Lower Extremity Injury, Mild to Moderate Burns, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Chronic Pain.​

Medical Cost Projection by Physician Life Care Planner 

  • Determine costs of care for non-catastrophic injuries

  • For pre-litigation, i.e. demand package and settlement negotiations

  • No expert designation/testimony

Neuropsychology Assessment by

PhD Neuropsychologist

  • In-depth reliable assessment of skills and abilities linked to brain function.

  • ​Measures how well a person's brain is working, as well as impact on ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) and vocational capabilities.

  • Especially helpful for those with concussion, mild, moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries.

  • Helps to determine loss of earnings capacity and future medical expenses.

Loss of Earning Capacity Assessment by Vocational Expert​

  • Quantify an injured individual's nominal loss of earning capacity based on the difference between pre-injury and post-injury earning capacity

  • Utilized when the injured individual was able to work at the time of the injury, but since the injury is unable to do the same type of work for the same amount of time, and a post-injury earnings capacity is expected

  • Typically utilized in conjunction with Present Value Assessment of Loss of Earnings by PhD Economist

Present Value Assessment of Loss of Earning by PhD Economist​

  • Estimation of value of lost earning, lost earning capacity, mitigation earnings, and retirement benefits

  • If the injured individual was able to work at the time of the injury, but unable to work since the injury, then only a Present Value Assessment is needed.  A Loss of Earnings Capacity Assessment by Vocational Expert is not needed

  • If the injured individual was able to work at the time of the injury, but since the injury is unable to do the same type of work for the same amount of time, then both a Vocational Loss of Earnings Capacity Assessment and a Present Value Assessment of Loss of Earnings are typically utilized

Present Value Assessment of Life Care Plan by PhD Economist

  • Project future growth in medical costs

  • Need to account for inflation and interest

  • Discount projected costs to present value

  • Project future growth in long-term care & household services costs for individuals who have reduced or lost ability to perform household services and/or need assistance of a home health aide or a long-term care facility. 

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