If an individual comes up against an alleged negligence- or malpractice-related injury or illness that is likely to affect their quality of life indefinitely, a certified life planner can be instrumental in enabling them to obtain financial backing for the necessary ongoing care. By outlining the person’s unique needs, this professional’s report will help to establish and justify the appropriate demand amount.
If you are working on either side of a legal case involving a claimant with a life-changing condition resulting in a need for long-term medical intervention, Cardinal LifeCare can pair you with a qualified provider of objective, evidence-based life care planning services. To learn more about our process, continue reading or call us at 724-487-0519.
How to Align with a Certified Life Planner from Cardinal LifeCare
From car accidents to slip and fall incidents to surgical errors to birth injuries, there are a range of situations which can lead an individual or their family to pursue compensation for post-injury care needs. In such cases, a legal team may call upon Cardinal LifeCare to match them with a relevantly qualified and certified life planner. Here’s how:
- Your team requests a consultation via Skype – We offer our services to law firms nationwide, providing virtual consultations for the sake of time and resource optimization.
- We discuss the specifics of the case – Gaining background knowledge on the case details will allow us to identify any possible issues or implications of which you should be aware. If you choose to proceed with our service, we’ll assign a certified consultant to perform the full breadth of research and coordination with the claimant and the appropriate healthcare advisors.
- Our experts deliver a thorough, research-based life care plan – This detailed document may be referenced during trial or settlement negotiations as a key piece of evidence to support the fair demand amount, settlement or defense, according to our findings around the individual’s long-term medical and nonmedical care needs. If needed, we can also provide medical expert witness services.
Drawing on our wealth of clinical experience and research capabilities, you will receive compelling evidence to be cited by your legal team, thus improving the likelihood of a favorable case outcome for your client.
For Transparent, Reliable Life Care Planning, Contact Cardinal
If you’re curious to learn more about our proven life care planning expertise and how it can strengthen a particular case you are working on, reach out to us at 724-487-0519.