Physician Life Care Planning

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Life Care Plans specify the medical conditions and ongoing medical requirements of catastrophically and/or chronically ill or injured individuals, and they quantify the cost of supplying them with requisite, medically-related goods and services over specified probable durations of care.

Excerpts from a Catastrophic Life Care Plan

Two Types of Life Care Plans

Catastrophic Life Care Plans are for people who suffer from permanent, lifelong physical and/or mental impairment, or those with chronic illness, who have lost significant capacity to perform some or all of the basic functions of daily living.

Conditions commonly requiring Catastrophic Life Care Plans include:

  • Acquired Brain Injuries
  • Birth Defects
  • Major Burns
  • Multiple Traumas
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Others

Catastrophic Life Care Plans Include:

  • Case Overview
  • Chronological Record Review
  • Interview & Examination of the Ill or Injured Individual
  • Summary of Diagnostic Conclusions
  • Introduction to Injuries & Illnesses
  • Descriptive Medical Requirements
  • Future Medical Cost Projections
  • Graphic Exhibition of All Cost Categories
  • Detailed Vendor Survey
  • Thorough References & Citations
  • Exhibits

Leverage technology for your advantage

PLCP Life Care Plans are exhibition quality, trial-ready tools that enable you to effortlessly navigate, validate and exhibit to whomever, whenever, live.

Non-Catastrophic Life Care Plans are for people who have suffered permanent, chronic, and/or structural physical impairment, or those with chronic illness, who have not lost significant capacity to perform some or all of the basic functions of daily living.

Excerpts from a Non-Catastrophic Life Care Plan

Conditions commonly requiring Non-Catastrophic Life Care Plans include:

  • Amputations
  • Burns
  • Cervical Injuries
  • Lumbar Injuries
  • Thoracic Injuries
  • Upper/Lower Extremity Injuries
  • Others

Non-Catastrophic Life Care Plans Include:

  • Case Overview
  • Chronological Record Review
  • Interview & Examination of the Injured Individual
  • Summary of Diagnostic Conclusions
  • Future Medical Cost Projections
  • Graphic Summary of Categorical Costs
  • Detailed Vendor Survey
  • Exhibits

The Highest Quality Life Care Plans Available

  • Physician Authored – Less than 1% of life care planners are qualified physicians. All PLCP Life Care Plans are prepared by practicing M.D.s who specialize in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
  • Methodology – Physician Life Care Planning Physicians subscribe and adhere to the methods and practices of the American Academy of Physician Life Care Planners
  • Transparency – All recommendations for future medical care are categorized and quantified in specific detail, and all cost data is thoroughly cited and substantiated.
  • Usability – Our plans are trial ready tools which are electronically navigable and contain hyperlinked record reviews, cost data and vendor surveys. They are iPad compatible, exhibition quality deliverables.
  • Credibility – As physicians, we possess the requisite expertise to independently formulate and defend recommendations for ongoing medical care. We are leading medical practitioners committed to the highest standards of professional ethics, integrity and objectivity.

Our mission is to be the world’s highest quality provider of damages valuation services.