Not Using A Life Care Plan To Document Case Damages In Catastrophic Cases is a Mistake

Mistake #3 – Not Using A Life Care Plan To Document Case Damages In Catastrophic Cases

Life Care Plans detail the many areas that impact the life of a catastrophically injured person. It begins with a review of all medical, educational, and income records. The next step is to conduct an interview with the client and his/her family. This can be done in the disabled person’s Read More




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Don’t Miss OAS, Inc Mock Trial NJ CLE Event in Rutherford, NJ on March 23!

Occupational Assessment Services, Inc will be holding a Mock Trial NJ CLE Event, “Direct & Cross Examination of an Employability/Life Care Plan Expert & Economist at Trial,” with Sobel Tinari Economics Group. The event will be Thursday, March 23, 2017 starting @ 5pm, at the Hilton Meadowlands Plaza, East Rutherford, Read More




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Life Care Plans Help Maximize Value in Catastrophic Injury Cases

A Life Care Plan objectively documents the damages and future costs of long term medical care as well as any lost wages. Plaintiff and Defense attorneys are using Life Care Plans more than ever before, especially when handling cases involving catastrophic injury with permanent damages. Hiring the services of an Read More




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A Life Care Planning Expert Witness’s Considerations of an Individual with a Brain Injury

A life care planning expert witness will consider several specific factors when assessing and planning for a case involving a plaintiff with a traumatic brain injury. The first considerations are often the most important and telling. A life care planner can establish the medical, rehabilitation, and psychological needs of the Read More




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Life Care Plans for Individuals with Brain Injuries

An individual who has suffered a traumatic brain injury should consider life care planning to get an accurate estimate of future needs and expenses. Having a highly qualified life care planning expert witness can also immensely benefit a lawsuit in which an injured individual issuing those responsible for the injury. Read More