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
- Birth Trauma
- Brain Damage
- Head Trauma
- Cognitive Limitations
- Physical Disability
Many attorneys will often ask why they should use a life care plan for their clients who have sustained major physical injuries. To correctly answer this question, we should first ask: “What are the consequences of multi-faceted catastrophic injuries on the client’s ability to function?” To determine this, we must examine several factors:
1. Cost to prepare for employment
2. Cost of medical care & therapy
3. Cost for home renovation
4. Cost of nursing services
Placing Value on an Injury Case
How will these injuries affect a person’s educational and personal development? What effect will these injuries have on the client’s rehabilitation, employability, and earning capacity? The answers to these vital questions will help you value your case appropriately—and accurately educate a jury regarding the client’s lifetime care needs.
Occupational Assessment Services, Inc.—a nationwide leader in Life Care Planning and Vocational Evaluations—supports attorneys in catastrophic injury cases from offices in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. We also offer video conferencing for remote access nationwide.
Vocational Expert/Life Care Plan reports from OAS can help you document damages in large personal injury cases. If your next catastrophic injury case requires an experienced life care planner or employability expert, call 800-292-1919. We’ll send a proposal containing the experts’ professional qualifications, our fee schedule, and a sample report.
Occupational Assessment Services, Inc.—Know the Value of Your Case!