By: Jason W. Konvicka, Esquire - Richmond Personal Injury Lawyer
A person with chronic injuries or illnesses often requires a “life care plan”. A life care plan is a document that identifies a person’s future medical and supportive care needs. The document is created by a professional known as a life care planner.
A life care plan can be used in consultation with patients, families, rehabilitation professionals, and case managers to coordinate the best medical care and support for an injured or chronically ill person. A life care plan can also be used in a legal setting to accurately project the nature and cost of an injured person’s long term care needs.
Most respected life care planners follow…