Project Description

Long-term Costs & Injury

When an individual suffers from illness or injury that has been attributed to the acts of others AND money is paid to Settle Claims to an injured party, an allocation of money to an MSA trust is necessary by law.  The total amount of anticipated funds paid by Medicare to the life expectancy of an injured person must be reasonable based on both the total anticipated expense to be incurred by Medicare but also understanding the ‘common benefit’ that Medicare enjoys from the work of Plaintiff’s attorneys.

A reliable assessment of total anticipated cost is the first and most important test for a reliable MSA Trust.  Academic Physician Life Care Planning have experts in the field of MSA analysis to protect Plaintiff attorneys from future claims by the government.

Office Locations

Northern California Office

  • 1303 Mable Ave.
    Modesto, CA 95355

Santa Barbara Office

  • 629 State Street, Suite 213,
    Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Long Beach Office

    3780 Kilroy Airport Way, Suite 200
    Long Beach, CA 90806

San Diego Office

  • 600 West Broadway, Suite 700
    San Diego, CA 92101

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