Experts in Life Care Planning with Over 50 Years of Boutique Service & Legendary Performance!

Life Care Planning & Wage Loss Analysis

Why Conservant Healthcare?

We would be honored to work with you and ensure the best outcome for your client.

  • We offer legendary performance for our clients.
  • Our niche firm has planned over 2 billion in future medical care cost cases.
  • Our team works fluidly to support the patient’s best outcomes.
  • We know each client is a unique case and strive to provide plans allowing them to live their highest quality of life.
  • Our employees are integrity-centric and driven to serve others at what may be their most vulnerable time in life.

Our services range from Certified Life Care Planning and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling to Wage Loss, Future Medical Cost and Case Management. Our expert witnesses are seasoned and provide scientifically-sound genuine testimony. We provide professional consultation and expert testimony as well as prioritize understanding each client’s needs and expectations.

Our Services

Work & Wage Status

Forensic vocational evaluation performed in accord with national and international standards by our investigatory vocational rehabilitation staff provide the foundation for economic valuation and testimony for injured children, adolescents and adults. Vocational assessment of lost access to employment for patients injured prior to workforce entry are frequently provided as are post-mortem reports of indelibly lost work and wages.

Life Care Planning

Life care planning addresses future medical care and costs for individuals of all ages who have been visited with unexpected  an often catastrophic health conditions. Conservant plans of care address present day costs of medical treatment, interventional procedures, surgery, laboratory investigation, medication, attendant care, durable medical equipment and much more when indicated. We specialize in helping the infirmed who need facility (long term) care with special attention to Health, safety and welfare as well as related cost factors. Attention is routinely given family members to reduce their becoming wounded caretakers. Conservant Healthcare staff abide by and adhere to life care planning traditions and quality formulated by The International Commission on Health Care Certification™ (ICHCC™).

Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational rehabilitation helps people with disabilities or those with a recent injury return to work. This includes vocational assessment and evaluation, training, upgrading of general skills, refresher courses, on-the-job training, career counseling, employment searches, and consulting with potential or existing employers for job accommodations and modification.

Future Medical Care Costs

Time value of money calculations use medical inflation and potential interest earned to find the present value of money compared to the future value of money. We provide Life Care Plans that allow economists to effectively calculate the dollar amount of your client’s medical needs today to afford future medical costs.

Expert Witness

Our seasoned planners, vocational rehabilitation counselors and advisors have been trained to provide testimony in depositions, State and Federal courts.

Case Management

A case manager ensures client’s complex care plans are executed properly. Many injured clients require assistance after traumatic or catastrophic injuries. Our caring team can manage all layers of medical, mental and logistical care needed by your client.

What is Life Care Planning?

Life Care Planning is a comprehensive approach to help patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities. It involves the collaboration of a team of healthcare professionals, including doctors, nurses, social workers, and other specialists to provide personalized support to patients and improve their quality of life.

The goal of Life Care Planning is to address not only the medical needs of patients, but also their emotional, social, and financial needs. This approach takes into consideration the patient’s unique circumstances and develops a plan to provide ongoing care and treatment.

Life Care Planning helps patients and their families navigate complex healthcare systems, access resources, and make informed decisions about their care. It also provides guidance and support to caregivers, helping to reduce their stress and improve their ability to provide effective care.

Overall, Life Care Planning is a valuable tool for patients with chronic illnesses or disabilities who need ongoing care and support. It offers a comprehensive approach to healthcare that addresses not only the physical needs of patients, but also their emotional, social, and financial needs, helping to improve their quality of life and overall well-being.

What is Vocational Rehabilitation?

Vocational Rehabilitation is a program that helps individuals with disabilities or health conditions find and maintain employment. This program is designed to provide support to people who may have physical, mental, or emotional disabilities that may affect their ability to work. Vocational Rehabilitation can help these individuals identify their strengths and limitations, develop job skills, and find suitable employment opportunities.

The services of Vocational Rehabilitation are tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual. This may include vocational counseling, job training, job placement assistance, and assistive technology. The program also provides ongoing support to help individuals maintain their employment and advance in their careers.

Vocational Rehabilitation has many benefits for patients. It can improve their self-esteem and sense of independence by helping them become financially self-sufficient. It can also help individuals integrate into their communities and reduce their reliance on social welfare programs. Additionally, it can provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment that can improve overall quality of life.

If you or a loved one has a disability or health condition that affects your ability to work, consider reaching out to Conservant Healthcare for support. With help, you can overcome barriers to employment and achieve your career goals.

What is a Future Medical Care Cost Report?

A Future Medical Care Cost report is a detailed analysis of the estimated costs of medical care that an individual may require in the future. This report is often used in personal injury cases to determine the amount of compensation that a plaintiff is entitled to receive.

The report takes into consideration a range of factors including the severity of the injury, the projected life expectancy of the patient, and the cost of medical care in the area where the patient resides. By analyzing these factors, the report provides an estimate of the cost of future medical care that the patient will require.

This report is important because it helps ensure that patients receive the appropriate amount of compensation to cover their future medical needs. Without a Future Medical Care Cost report, patients may be undercompensated, leaving them unable to afford the medical care they require. By providing an accurate estimate of future medical costs, patients can rest assured that they will have the resources they need to cover their medical expenses.

Overall, a Future Medical Care Cost report is an essential tool for ensuring that patients receive the compensation they are entitled to and can access the medical care they need to recover from their injuries.

What is a Lost Wages Report?

A lost wages report is a document that outlines the amount of income a person has lost as a result of an injury or illness. It is an important component of personal injury cases where the injured party is seeking compensation for their damages.

The report typically includes information about the injured person’s occupation, their salary or hourly wage, and the amount of time they have missed from work due to their injury or illness. It may also include information about any benefits or sick leave that the person has used during their recovery.

A lost wages report is important for an injured patient because it helps to establish the financial impact of their injury. This information can be used to negotiate a settlement or to provide evidence in court if the case goes to trial. Without a lost wages report, it can be difficult to accurately calculate the amount of compensation that the injured party is entitled to.

In addition to lost wages, a personal injury case may also include compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages related to the injury. Working with an experienced personal injury attorney can help to ensure that all of these factors are taken into consideration when seeking compensation for an injury.