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When you need a “Medical Bill Review” report

When you need a “Medical Bill Review” report

As an attorney representing your client, you may often wonder if the medical bills that they incur due to their injury are usual, customary, and reasonable (UCR). Many times, when a personal injury claim is being processed, the usual, customary and reasonableness of...

Know your client’s post-accident employability?

Know your client’s post-accident employability?

After clear liability is fully established in an injury case, the emphasis of the client’s ability to continue working or working at the same job and their ability to earn money should take precedence. The questions the attorney must ask themselves when they need an...

Medical Cost Projection vs. Life Care Plan

Medical Cost Projection vs. Life Care Plan

Quite often I have attorneys ask me the question, “What kind of report is recommended for what type of case?” While the answer can seem complex, here are some good rule-of-thumb guidelines that can help guide you in the settlement process. A Life Care Plan is a...

When you need an IME, FCE or both?

When you need an IME, FCE or both?

IME’s (Independent Medical Evaluations) and FCE’s (Functional Capacity Evaluations) are both very informative reports in personal injury cases if used properly. The aim of the IME is to determine whether or not your client needs further medical treatment, has any work...

Settling Cases During This Time Of Uncertainty

Settling Cases During This Time Of Uncertainty

Hello fellow colleagues. I wanted to take this opportunity to connect with you during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the suspension of some court operations in Colorado State Courts, personal injury trials may get pushed back and delay the overall settlement process....