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What Are the Most Important Factors to Consider When Hiring a Life Care Planner?

Many injured workers who have sustained major injuries or diseases may not have considered hiring a life care planner. Here are several indicators that you might need to consult with a life care planner:

Health issues, fatigue, remorse, misunderstanding, and dissatisfaction plague the spouse or family member who is the primary caregiver for an injured worker.
An injured worker and their family are faced with a plethora of healthcare options and are unclear of what to do next or where to turn for assistance.
A TBI or similar significant injury or disease has occurred to the affected worker.
The injured worker is severely crippled, but he or she does not have a spouse or children who can help with additional healthcare.
After a TBI, a wounded worker’s cognitive abilities begin to deteriorate.