Spinal cord injury damages can easily be in excess of tens of millions of dollars. Emergency room treatment, long-term hospitalization, surgeries, rehabilitation therapy, long-term or permanent medical assistance, required medical devices, and the lost earning capacity over a person’s remaining life expectancy can often be considerable.
People suffering from spinal cord injuries need different degrees of care throughout their lifetime, including:
An expert life care planner will assess the plaintiff's future needs and testify about them in court. Often, a family member may take responsibility for providing care and support. The planner will estimate the costs for paid providers.
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