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LIFE ACTIVITY CALENDARS©:
Different Styles to Meet the Needs of Your Cases

The Life Activity Calendar© is built from a simple checklist helps gather information about the person's activities both before and after the incident. Based on this information, the Life Activity Calendar compares typical before-and-after years to illustrate the impact of the injury on the person and/or the family, or the impact of the wrongful death on the survivors.

Robert W. Johnson & Associates offers several types of Life Activity Calendars, each customized to meet the needs of your case. Let us consult with you to pick the best style for your specific situation.

Types of Life Activity Calendars

  • Personal Injury LACPersonal Injury Life Activity Calendar (Full-Page View)

    The Personal Injury Life Activity Calendar (LAC) graphically demonstrates the effects of the injury on a personís life. The LAC Charts show a comparison of activities in a typical or average year in the life of the Plaintiff before the injury, with a typical or average year after the injury.

    The Life Activity Calendar is designed to be presented by the attorney at the settlement conference or by the injured party during his or her direct testimony at trial.

    Ready to order this service? Click here to access the Life Activity Calendar checklist to get started.


  • Wrongful Death LACWrongful Death Activity Calendar (Full-Page View)

    The Wrongful Death Life Activity Calendar (LAC) graphically demonstrates the effects of the Wrongful Death on the Surviving Plaintiff(s). The LAC Charts represent a typical or average year of activities typically enjoyed by the Plaintiff(s) with the decedent, and compares that level of activity to a typical or average year after the Wrongful Death.

    The Life Activity Calendar is designed to be presented by the attorney at the settlement conference or by the injured party during his or her direct testimony at trial.

    Ready to order this service? Click here to access the Life Activity Calendar checklist to get started.


  • Steps of Life Calendar -- For Brain-Injured Children Ages Infant to 6 Years (Full-Page View)

    The Steps of Life Calendar documents the impact of a brain injury on a child aged from infant to 6 years. The Steps of Life Calendar demonstrates the difference between a normal childís development and that of the brain-injured child, by showing the difference between the developmental age and the chronological age as a result of the injury.

    The Steps of Life Calendar covers four (4) developmental areas: language, gross motor, fine motor and personal-social. This calendar is derived using data from the Denver Developmental Screening Test.

    The Steps of Life Calendar is designed to be presented by the attorney at the settlement conference or trial.

    Ready to order this service? Call Robert W. Johnson & Associates at 650-494-2413 or 800-541-7435 to get started.

  • Life Maturation Calendar -- For Brain Injured Clients from Ages 6 to Adult (Full-Page View)

    The Life Maturation Calendar documents the impact of a brain injury on a client aged from 6 years to adult.  The Life Maturation Calendar demonstrates the difference between a normal person’s development and that of the brain-injured person, by showing the difference between the developmental age and the chronological age as a result of the injury.

    The Life Maturation Calendar covers three (3) behavioral domains: communications, daily living skills and socialization.  It is derived using data from Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales.

    The Life Maturation Calendar, is designed to be presented by the attorney at the settlement conference or trial.  

    Ready to order this service? Call Robert W. Johnson & Associates at 650-494-2413 or 800-541-7435 to get started.
Remember, the Life Activity Calendar powerfully summarizes the permanent debilitating effect of an injury or death. Whether a soft tissue injury, a brain injury, or the death of a child or adult, the Life Activity Calendar speaks when the injured party cannot.