We are unique in that we consult with both sides of arguments, fostering objective, evidence-based opinions for:
We work with defense attorneys to review the reliability and validity of the plaintiff's life care plan presented to them. We can utilize alternative medical opinions impacting care projections. We analyze the plaintiff's life care plan in light of standards set for the life care planning community.Complete Intake Form
We work with individuals to plan care that promotes quality of life. We also provide teaching and advocacy services to help navigate our complex medical system. We can help with planning for future care needs in retirement, divorce, and estate planning.Complete Intake Form
Our collaborative team has the rehabilitation background and research experience to provide you with the answers you need in a prompt, professional life care plan.
A professional life care plan and vocational plan are vital to a successful outcome when determining the future cost of an injury. We use consistent methodology to give you the answers you need while maintaining integrity and compassion. With over 30 years of combined testimony experience in federal and state courts, MacKenzie Life Care Planning provides excellent life care planning and vocational testimony on a national scale. We know a report is helpful, but an educator regarding the information is most valued.
Life care plans are written based on the highest standards in life care planning. They are comprehensive and explain recommended care that is rehabilitative, preventive, and promotes the best outcomes.
When you want future care projections delivered at the highest standard of professional quality, our team can help. If you need analysis of a life care plan, we also provide reviews. We can effectively teach decision makers about appropriate care needs and pricing.Learn More
When you need to know how a worker’s skills and abilities have been impacted by their injury, a vocational analysis can help. We analyze past wage loss, future wage loss, and the ability of the worker to return to the workforce based on their skills and abilities. This is used to determine an overall loss of earning capacity.Learn More
When a full life care plan is not needed, but instead, an estimate of cost for limited items, such as a procedure or medication, a cost projection may be an efficient solution. If research is needed for a usual, customary, and reasonable charge, we can also help.Learn More
It is vital to have the support and guidance of a professional with medical knowledge and experience to provide the resources and outcomes you value. Compassion and collaboration guide our advocacy services.Learn More
Amy Mackenzie, Ph.D., RN, CLCP, completed a Ph.D. in Nursing and published independent research with a focus on traumatic brain injury survivors. Awareness of the injured person's isolation after an injury led to a support group formed in the local community for brain injury survivors. This is an opportunity to continue learning about the needs of individuals living with brain injury. Kacy Turner, MS, CRC, CVE, CLCP, has experience in clinical rehabilitation settings such as Pate Rehabilitation and Rehab Without Walls, working with individuals after brain injury. Because of this valuable insight, Mackenzie Life Care Planners are uniquely qualified to plan care for individuals with brain injury. Using knowledge, research, and experience, MacKenzie Life Care Planning promotes quality of life for brain injury survivors.Learn More
We are MacKenzie Life Care Planners. We cultivate quality of life. If you need answers and expert help to gain traction in your case or in your life with a disability, give us a call to see how we can help.