Medical Malpractice causes Lifelong Deficits and Effects Life Expectancy

Michael Talve, CEO

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— Updated on January 6, 2022

middle aged female injured personThis case involves a female individual in her mid-thirties that became a victim of medical malpractice and suffered serious non-recoverable injuries post surgery. The patient is now legally blind, severely neurologically impaired, and wheelchair bound.

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  • 1. Are you able to work the table of life expectancy and determine where the plaintiff would have been now?

Expert Witness Response E-004481

I am very familiar with the calculations used to determine the table of life expectancy and where the plaintiff would have been now. In cases like this, I am usually asked to examine the potential monetary ramifications, like lost wages. I am very familiar with these types of cases and have authored numerous articles in trade journals of the Society of Actuaries, InterCompany Marketing Group, National Underwriter, Insurance Accounting, and Statistical Association, covering a broad range of actuarial, insurance, and regulatory topics.

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