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Jun

2020

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How To Enhance the Proofs In Your Case with Life Care Planning Services

Attorneys who practice personal injury law, family law, employment law, disability law, or any number of practice areas in which you need to prove and quantify your client’s quality of life and/or employability, then you need to secure the assistance of a life care planning expert. In this article, we Read More

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May

2020

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What Does a Life Care Planner Do for a Person With a Traumatic Brain Injury?

If you are an attorney who has a client with a traumatic brain injury, then you should engage the services of a life care planner. Why? Because you will need expert testimony to prove precisely what a particular traumatic brain injury victim will need in his or her life moving Read More

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Apr

2020

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What Does It Take to Become a Certified Life Care Planner?

If you are seeking Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), or you were injured in a serious car accident, then you may become familiar with the occupation known as a certified life care planner. That is because when it comes to determining your ability to do work and perform routine day-to-day Read More

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Apr

2020

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What is the Role of Life Care Planning in Catastrophic Personal Injury Cases?

It is hard to quantify the loss equated with a catastrophic personal injury. Catastrophic injuries bring with them a unique set of physical and emotional challenges that require a significant amount of care and demand much from health systems.   Not only do catastrophic injuries dramatically change the lives of those Read More

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Apr

2020

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What is a Life Care Plan, and How is it Used on Serious Personal Injury Cases?

What is the value of human life? It goes without saying that that is a heady question. We all believe on one level that life is priceless. Yet, governments, insurance companies, and courts are often mired in the question of the statistical value of life.   In that vein, it is Read More

30

Mar

2020

life care plan Vs. vocational assessment

Life Care Plan vs. Vocational Assessment, What Are The Differences?

We have all been to those parties when someone asks you “so, what do you do?” Like everyone, you have a standard answer to the question: “I’m in marketing,” or “I’m in manufacturing,” or “I’m a sales associate at X company.” Usually, that satisfies the questioner, and you start to Read More

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Mar

2020

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The Value of Life Care Plans to Proving Damages in Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice Cases

In any personal injury or medical malpractice case, the fundamental goal is to compensate the victim for the injuries he or she has suffered as a result of another’s negligent or reckless conduct. Compensation can come in many forms, including medical expenses, rehabilitation treatments, pain and suffering, lost income, lost Read More

28

Aug

2018

$24 Million Settlement for Spinal Cord Injury

Video: Life Care Plan Helps Secure $24 million settlement in Spinal Cord Injury Case

Occupational Assessment Services, Inc. (OAS) has recently published an informative video on how a Life Care Plan we prepared helped achieve a verdict of $24 million in a spinal cord injury case. In this case, a 21-year-old college graduate trained in personnel management and employed by an insurance company was Read More

15

Aug

2018

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How a Life Care Plan Can Document Damages

Occupational Assessment Services, Inc. (OAS) has recently published an informative video on how a Life Care Plan we prepared helped achieve a $25 million verdict in a medical malpractice case involving an infant deprived of oxygen at birth. The child’s injuries resulted in brain damage, cerebral palsy, and a respiratory Read More

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Jul

2018

why use a life care plan

Why Use a Life Care Plan?

Occupational Assessment Services, Inc. (OAS) has recently published an informative video detailing how and why attorneys who represent clients with serious physical injuries may choose a life care plan for their clients.     Examples of such injuries include: Spinal Cord Injury Paralysis Amputation Birth Trauma Brain Damage Head Trauma Read More