Life care planning is an important component of the expertise our firm brings to personal injury litigation. This process assesses the lifetime health, education and rehabilitation needs of parties suffering catastrophic injury, and then projects the costs of meeting those needs.
Examples of long-term needs considered in building a life care plan include:
To be effective for litigation purposes, life care plans require uniform application of standard practices for assessing these needs and calculating costs, along with careful documentation of sources and methodologies. Accordingly, Kincaid Wolstein Vocational & Rehabilitation Services investigates multiple sources of funding for each element in the plan as the basis for cost projections.
Respected for his expertise in life care planning, Dr. Wolstein on occasion is called on to critique the methodology used in plans submitted by doctors, nurses, and other life care planners.
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