Life Expectancy in Court: A Textbook for Doctors and Lawyers (December 2002)
Life expectancy is an important issue in cases of serous personal injury. This book explains how to calculate life expectancy. Basic concepts are illustrated involving a wide range of conditions including alcoholism, cerebral palsy, colon cancer, diabetes, and spinal cord injury. There are also case studies of three of the major topics in life expectancy: cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and tetraplegia.
Breckenridge's Medical Selection of Life Risks: Fifth Edition (May 2006)
This text has long been recognized as the leading reference book on insurance medicine. The fifth edition provides a comprehensive guide to life expectancy for underwriters and clinicians involved in the life insurance industry.