Medical Cost Projections

Build $50K – $500K Case Value

Much like a Life Care Plan, our experts review your client’s medicals to determine future care and anticipated outcomes with associated costs.

Use Medical Cost Projections on cases likely to settle to obtain earlier and larger settlements. Now with pay-at-settlement option!

Why use an MCP?

  • Life Care Planning Experts document and price hard future cost of care – surgeries, office visits, therapy, tests, equipment aids and medications

  • Experts available for testimony (they do NOT work on contingency)

  • Pressure adjusters to increase reserves and settlements. Also bring into play secondary policies.

  • Fast 3-5 week turnaround time

  • Risk free option (pay at settlement)

2 Options

Non-Lien / Cash upfront

$2,000 upfront fee


$4,250 flat fee at settlement


“I recently used a Medical Cost Projection Report on an MVA case. Client received chiropractic care, cervical MRI, and one epidural injection.  The MCP Report took into consideration all recommended future treatment for each provider.  Normally, it would take an additional 3 or 4 epidural injections to obtain a $100,000 settlement.  However, the report enabled our firm to obtain the policy with only ONE injection.”
– Gabriel Sanchez, Esq., Los Angeles, CA

“We recently used your company for the first time to settle a case for $515,000. We found your (MCP) report to be very useful and effective. I was very impressed with your work product and turn around time. We have also shared your information with our sister office which will be using your services as well. Just wanted to thank you and tell you job well done!”
– Ali Mokaram, Esq., Houston, TX

“After recently settling a liability claim for policy, I made a demand upon the UIM carrier—was offered $2,500. I ordered a Medical Cost Projection which documented my client’s needed future medical care. Confronted with hard numbers and well documented future medical treatment, they settled for $35,000. I could not have done it without your MCP.”
– Bruce Roberts, Esq., Tyler, TX

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