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Consider how a Life Care Plan can help your litigated case, especially when the proof is in the pudding. The ‘proof’ here is a verb meaning ‘test’ and a noun meaning ‘the evidence that demonstrates a truth’ – as in a mathematical or legal proof. To know if a plan has succeeded, consider the true value or quality of it, as seen when it is experienced, tried, or put to use.
One recent case where I prepared a life care plan helped attain a $3.43 million settlement and judgment in a catastrophic personal injury case. Another plan I wrote helped to reach a $1.5 million award in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
I repeat, interested in a life care plan for your client?
As a certified life care planner I will prepare a reasonable plan and I will expend whatever time needed to do a fully competent job. As an added benefit, how about including vocational rehabilitation consulting in a plan? That’s where my forte’ lies!
A plan can take upwards of six months to prepare, depending on the case. By taking the story directly from the patient with input from the family, my subsequent reports and expert testimony become viewed as genuine in front of a judge or a jury. The goal is to zero in on the specific needs and costs of the individual’s healthcare future.
With your input or agreement with my report to be sure we understand everything, I will help you be well equipped to persuade others about the bottom line of your case. And it can be significant because when preparing a plan, I will carefully consider the client’s life and how it has been impacted.
Third time here, interested in a life care plan for your client?
I can help you to help your client. The proof of the pudding for a business is also what customers say about it! I have references available to find out what customers say about my work in the areas of life care planning, as well as in my professional work in other areas, including my writing capabilities.
The proof of the pudding for a plan is also what transpires when it is followed by the individual for whom it was written. You’ll find I truly care about what I do and can provide references who will attest to my ethics, research capabilities and the value that I can bring to a case involving work and disability.
A Life Care Plan can truly become the centerpiece of your client’s claim!
Because each case is unique, to help identify the level of service for your case, a 15 minute complementary consultation can be arranged. Subsequently, a preliminary assessment of the time-frame a plan could take to prepare can then be offered that helps outline the projected costs which can be anywhere from 40 – 80 hours, not including expert testimony preparation and witness time.
Keep in mind the necessity to schedule an in person meeting and follow-up visits with the individual and his/her family. Contacts involving his/her treating physician and other members of the healthcare team are made as well over the course of preparing a plan.
Now, “the proof of the pudding is in the eating” means that you don’t really know your dessert has come out right until you taste it. Seriously, try this pudding! It’s yummy and healthy! Easy to make too!
Avocado Chocolate Pudding
Prep Time: 2 minutes Total Time: 5 minutes Yield 2-3 services Serving Size ½ cup
- 2 ripe medium avocados, peeled and chopped
- 1/3 cup cocoa powder
- ¼ cup honey
- ½ cup milk (regular or almond milk, coconut, etc.)
- 1 ½ teaspoons vanilla extract
Blend all ingredients until smooth in a blender, food processor or using a hand held beater or mixer. Serve immediately or chill first. Eat with a lovely spoon!
Contact me, Amy E. Botkin at 515-282-7753 for a life care plan because I have studied it, experienced it and continue on my journey growing as an expert in my field. An expert is someone who has enough knowledge to help others confidently! And, darn it all, I like it and I’m good at it! (Arr Arr! ) If you’d like more information, let me know!
My professional rehabilitation counseling practice is focused on helping people participate in the world around them, particularly in their own world of work.