In personal injury cases where clients need long term care, it’s our job to prove the future medical bills. Sometimes this means having a life-care planner testify regarding future expenses that have been identified by the treating doctors, and putting a price/cost on the future care. Many times we call this a minimum life-care plan. It does not take into consideration any future procedures, treatment or medications that may become available because of medical advancements. However, some jurors smartly recognize that the evidence introduced in the plan may be limiting.
Sometimes the best way to look forward to possibilities, is to look back. That brings me to items sent to me by Jeff R. It gave me a good “look-back” laugh. At the end of pic o’ day, I will list the answers if you missed one. When our marketing team saw this blog, they immediately decided that they want to put a contest together with prizes. (no lovely parting gifts like Jeopardy) So, we will be putting that together soon. If we don’t have your email, please send it in to be included in the contest.
Looking back doesn’t have to mean that it signifies anything about age. I knew the answers and I’m a youngster!!! Do these look familiar to you?
What is the connection between these two?
What is this? (no… not the back of my head!)
Do you know what to do with these?
Do you know how to use this?
Do you know their names?
DID YOU KNOW that you can’t hum and pinch your nose closed at the same time? (Did that make you try to prove me wrong?)
And for pic o’ day,
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Promised Look-back answers: 1. pen and cassette. Pen is used to wind the tape tight when it hangs out and makes it impossible to play in a cassette recorder. 2. Jiffy Pop popcorn on the stove… ready for eating! 3. Caps for a cap gun. 4. An ice cube tray. (probably the easiest) 5. Lassie and Timmy.