Reading Time: 4 minutes A post from October 6, 2014 (Oh my!): I’ve been waiting for my graduate certificate in Forensic Rehabilitation Counseling from The George Washington University! It finally arrived in my mail box, hard copy and gorgeous! GWU’s colors are blue and buff! The Forensic Rehabilitation Counseling program took well over a year, and I’m happy to… Continue reading It Finally Arrived! My Forensic Rehabilitation Counseling Graduate Certificate!
Reading Time: 3 minutes I can help you, my Attorney Reader, in a number of ways with a case you’re working on that involves work and disability, whether it be medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation or any other litigation along these lines. Actually, disability doesn’t have to be involved, yet when is tends to make a… Continue reading Working on a Case Involving Work & Disability? I’m Here to Help You Depose & More!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the years, I’ve received many a rose and enjoy taking pictures of my favorites. My original idea was to find exactly the correct number of single rose pictures to celebrate the beginning of another year in business, which officially is September 15 of each year. It became quite a project to go through so… Continue reading Happy Anniversary Vocational Resources Plus! Time to Stop and Smell The Roses!
Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve put writing this post on pause for reasons beyond my intuition. Our sweet Izabella Mae made it across Rainbow Bridge one year ago on Sept 11, 2021. If you’ve ever owned a sweet dog for a long time, you likely relate to why I waited to post about the loss of Bella. We enjoyed… Continue reading A Dog Blog & An Invitation to Contact Me
Reading Time: 3 minutes When Do You Need a Life Care Planner? Typically a life care planner is helpful for legal cases involving catastrophic injuries or chronic health conditions. Lawyers, physicians, and insurance companies can hire a life care planner to research, analyze and develop life care plans for patients who experience catastrophic injuries or chronic health conditions related… Continue reading When, Where & Why You Need a Life Care Planner for Your Litigated Case & Who Can Help? Me!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Consider how a Life Care Plan can help your litigated case, especially when the proof is in the pudding. The ‘proof’ here is a verb meaning ‘test’ and a noun meaning ‘the evidence that demonstrates a truth’ as in a mathematical or legal proof. To know if a plan has succeeded, consider the true value or quality of it, as seen when it is experienced, tried, or put to use.… Continue reading The Proof is in the Pudding ~ Try Avocado Chocolate & A Life Care Plan for Your Client!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Along with vocational consulting services, I offer you life care planning services. Life Care Planning Services are valuable to passionate attorneys such as yourself: One who works to your fullest potential for your clients; One who truly cares about your client; and One who strives to maximize the best outcome for your client. A Life Care Plan will help… Continue reading Here to Help The Passionate Attorney Help Your Client ~ Life Care Planning Services
Reading Time: 4 minutes Have you considered a Life Care Plan as part of your litigation strategy to help your client? Life Care Planning helps attorneys in many ways and in all phases of litigation. The actual plan itself becomes a comprehensive document that provides for the future care and associated costs of a person facing a serious illness or… Continue reading Life Care Planning Helps Attorneys in Ways & in All Phases of Litigation! Really!
Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you represent a plaintiff who’s life has been affected from a serious injury or illness? Or do you represent a defendant accused of being responsible for an injury? If so, consider obtaining a life care plan! A life care plan can help an attorney evaluate the potential value of a case in early stages of… Continue reading Bring Me, A Life Care Planner, On Board. The Earlier in Litigation, The Better!
Reading Time: 6 minutes [Original post date: March 29, 2018] Time for a health update blog, a personal one, difficult to write with a mix of questions and a couple stories about medical practice and procedures. The point is My Attorney Reader, I want you to think about Me as a forensic rehabilitation consultant, and how I can help… Continue reading It Happens, Things Go Wrong. Need Help with a MedMal Case?