Our analysis of employment and earning capacity provides attorneys with reliable, individualized data for negotiating appropriate awards in personal injury cases and determining spousal earning capacity in divorce cases. We effectively apply similar methodology to a wide range of other litigation, including Workers’ Compensation and medical malpractice lawsuits, as well as in non-litigation settings.
Kincaid Wolstein Vocational & Rehabilitation Services collects the necessary data by:
In addition, we investigate regional labor markets to assess available opportunities. To ensure access to the most up-to-date labor market data, we subscribe to premium database services provided by the Economic Research Institute.
We use advanced earnings capacity modeling and other leading computer-based tools to analyze relevant data. To match potential job requirements with individuals’ capabilities, we rely on the most comprehensive, powerful software available. For example, we utilize transferable skills software, including the McCroskey Transferable Skills Program (MTSP), which is widely recognized for its high degree of reliability and validity.
We present our findings and recommendations in a comprehensive format providing all of the detail and documentation that the courts and opposing attorneys expect and demand. A typical employability and earnings capacity report from Kincaid Wolstein Vocational & Rehabilitation Services includes:
"I am pleased to report that [X's] claim has now been approved, in large part due to your efforts in properly and fully reporting his condition and its effect on employment. Thank you for your patience and attention to this matter. It has made a big difference in the life of my client." — Litigant comment
"Thank you so much for your outstanding work on my case. I'm happy to say that the case settled." — Litigant comment
"Thank you very much for your excellent testimony at trial, which was a big factor in our ultimate success in winning a verdict. I'm sure that the jury found your testimony to be very credible and to successfully counter that of the [opposing] expert in your field." — Litigant comment
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