Bring Me, A Life Care Planner, On Board…The Earlier in Litigation, The Better!

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Do you represent someone who has suffered a serious injury or illness? Or do you represent a defendant accused of being responsible for an injury? If so, consider obtaining a life care plan! A life care plan can help you evaluate the potential value of a case in early stages of litigation.

I’m a Certified Life Care Planner who can describe the injured individual’s diagnosis, healthcare needs and treatment plan, and provide actual costs. Having this information allows for better strategic decisions on the case.

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Bringing me on board as your life care planner is also useful for non-catastrophic cases. In any legal situation, the earlier the intervention, the greater the likelihood of successful case resolution!

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~ Give me, Amy, a call at 515-282-7753, I’d love to help you help your client ~

Here on my website you’ll find a sample life care plan. Please know I’m in a unique position to prepare these as I’m also a  Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and earned a certificate as a Forensic Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor.

Keep in mind that if your case involves work and disability, my background allows me to include specifics on an individual’s world of work. (Not all life care planners can do this!)

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Also, yes I play chess. I see my queen as the most valuable player. She can move in any direction and as many spaces as she likes. I do everything I can to protect her. The same as I would with your client and your case. Checkmate!

Vocational Resources Plus, LLC * lcpresourcesplus.com * 515-282-7753  * VocResources@gmail.com

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 My professional rehabilitation counseling practice is focused on helping people participate in the world around them, particularly in their own world of work.

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