6 questions an attorney can ask to determine if a life care plan is needed
Life Care Planning is defined by the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals (2009) as “A dynamic document based upon published standards of practice, comprehensive assessment, data analysis and research, which provides an organized, concise plan for current and future needs with associated costs”. It is typically a tool that plaintiff or defense attorneys use, when a person is injured, to help determine current and future costs of care. Some obvious reasons an attorney would use a life care planner is when a person has a catastrophic event such as: an amputation, traumatic brain injury, or spinal cord injury resulting in… Read More...