Life Care Planning Services - Future Medical Cost Projection

What is Life Care Planning?

Life Care Planning is a crucial examination when a person's injury is so serious that it will affect their capacity to carry out their everyday activities. It is a thorough study of an individual's impairments, their post-injury realistic needs, and the expense of providing for those needs over the course of their lifetimes.

A life care plan is necessary for anyone who needs a wheelchair, walker, or cane to get around. When a person has suffered catastrophic injuries, a life care plan can help the plaintiff's or defense lawyer objectively detail the case damages.

A life care plans typically include a detailed assessment of the individual's current medical condition, functional limitations, and projected future needs. The plan also includes recommendations for medical treatment, assistive devices, therapy, and other services that the individual may require over the course of their lifetime.


Future Care Cost Report:

This future care cost report offers a comprehensive assessment of a person's life, both now and in the future, to address current and future needs related to injuries and potentially changing health due to accident-related injuries. Each client's personal needs are taken into account when creating a life care plan.

Life care plans take account of all future costs associated with a disability, not only medical bills. Yet, life care plans include future medical costs as a crucial element.


The common mechanisms of injury (causes) requiring life care plans?

  • Animal attack/dog bites

  • Assaults

  • Birth injuries

  • Drug-related injury

  • Maritime and shipping accidents

  • Medical malpractice

  • Motor vehicle accidents

  • Plant explosions

  • Premises Liability

  • Product liability

  • Slip and fall accidents

  • Trucking accidents

  • Work-related / Workplace accidents

  • Wound by projectile injuries

The primary goal of a life care plan is to help individuals with disabilities or chronic medical conditions to maintain their quality of life and achieve their maximum potential. The plan provides a roadmap for the individual's future care needs and can be used as a tool for negotiating settlements in legal cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, or workers' compensation.


Life Care Planning Services for Attorneys

Life Care Planning Services for Lawyers are crucial for evaluating damages when a person suffers a serious injury, such as:

  • Amputations

  • Back or Neck Injury with Chronic Pain Syndrome

  • Blindness

  • Brain Damaged Babies

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Paraplegia

  • Psychiatric or Psychological Trauma

  • Quadriplegia

  • Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy

  • Severe Brain Injuries

  • Severe Burns

  • Severe Loss of Hearing

  • Spinal Cord injuries

For more info about our life care planning services contact us at +1 (903) 765-6073.


What’s the purpose of a life care plan?

A life care plan can assist in identifying all present and future costs associated with medical and special needs care for a person who has sustained a serious accident or a long-term impairment. The family, medical professionals, insurance, and courts can all use this assessment to make settlement decisions.



Any personal injury accident, workers' compensation, and medical malpractice must include a life care plan in order to receive reasonable compensation. Every person has a tendency to think about the future and the objectives related with it. The injured person needs a certain amount of money to live a respectable life and to meet their needs and wants. They are reassured with facts by lifetime planners.

Life care plan services can be provided by healthcare professionals who specialize in life care planning, such as nurses or case managers, or by interdisciplinary teams of healthcare providers who work together to develop a comprehensive plan that meets the individual's unique needs.