Life Care Planning

Life Care Planning

Comprehensive Integrated Rehabilitation Services and Expert Testimony

Comprehensive Integrated Rehabilitation Services and Expert Testimony

Life Care Planning offers a systematic methodology for identifying current and long-term medical and rehabilitation needs and quantifying future costs for catastrophically injured or chronically disabled individuals. Life Care Plans are used in catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, and workplace accident cases to assist counsel in the litigation process, such as mediation, deposition, or trial.

The Life Care assessment process includes a review of medical, rehabilitation, and legal records; client interviews and home visits; communication with physicians and medical/rehabilitation professionals regarding treatment and equipment needs; and research related to medical resources and costs, replacement schedules, and vendors in specific geographic regions. Once these steps have been completed, a timely and customized report is developed, and key information is then communicated to the economist who applies specific medical inflation rates to determine present day value costs to fund the plan.

Services not only include the development of Life Care plans for adults and children with catastrophic injuries and disabilities, but also a review of the Life Care Plan presented by the opposing expert. These reviews consider the need for certain treatments or procedures and the availability of alternative services and respective costs to meet an individual’s needs. Dr. Bubanja also provides home assessments and valuation of household services.

 

Life Care Planning offers a systematic methodology for identifying current and long-term medical and rehabilitation needs and quantifying future costs for catastrophically injured or chronically disabled individuals. Life Care Plans are used in catastrophic personal injury, medical malpractice, and workplace accident cases to assist counsel in the litigation process, such as mediation, deposition, or trial.

The Life Care assessment process includes a review of medical, rehabilitation, and legal records; client interviews and home visits; communication with physicians and medical/rehabilitation professionals regarding treatment and equipment needs; and research related to medical resources and costs, replacement schedules, and vendors in specific geographic regions. Once these steps have been completed, a timely and customized report is developed, and key information is then communicated to the economist who applies specific medical inflation rates to determine present day value costs to fund the plan.

Services not only include the development of Life Care plans for adults and children with catastrophic injuries and disabilities, but also a review of the Life Care Plan presented by the opposing expert. These reviews consider the need for certain treatments or procedures and the availability of alternative services and respective costs to meet an individual’s needs. Dr. Bubanja also provides home assessments and valuation of household services.