Leading litigation law firm clients call on Cahn Litigation Services to locate expert witnesses to support financial issues, including those involving loss of earnings. A loss of earnings expert witness typically possesses an advanced degree and has a background and expertise in accounting or forensic accounting, business valuation, and/or economic damages.
Cahn Litigation Services has placed experts in support of loss of earnings matters involving wrongful termination, business valuation, business interruption, wrongful death, contract claims, breach of fiduciary duty, lost earning capacity, car accident, and personal injury case.
Litigation support services by a loss of earnings expert witness could include financial statements review, earning capacity or diminished earning capacity determination, deposition testimony, economic damage calculations, expert report, lost profits, expert opinion, and/or testimony in trial court. In addition, clients may seek a lost wage damages subject matter expert for pre-litigation work. In a high-profile case, or litigation involving a significant financial stake, legal counsel may request a forensic accountant or damages expert with prior expert witness experience. It is essential that a lost wages expert witness possess the ability to provide expert testimony in such a manner that a jury can understand the evidence.
On behalf of a plaintiff or defendant, Cahn Litigation Services has completed numerous searches for expert witnesses with specialized knowledge in loss of earnings issues, providing candidates for each case to the specifications provided by the attorney in charge.
Please Note: All Cahn Litigation expert witness searches are customized to attorneys' precise specifications and preferences. Attorneys are encouraged to discuss search parameters with a Cahn search specialist.
The below expert witness bios represent a small fraction of those Loss of Earnings experts known by Cahn Litigation Services. These bios are provided to give attorneys a sense of the Loss of Earnings landscape.
This expert holds a Ph.D. in Economics, and has provided economic litigation services in more than 400 cases. This expert's background includes academic, corporate, economic consulting, and government positions. This expert was Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration at a State University; Managing Director of an economic consulting firm; and Regional Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics. This expert leads an economic consulting and expert witness firm with staff expertise in economics, accounting, finance and statistics. This expert advises attorneys regarding damages determination and provides expert witness testimony using objective, fact-based, damages opinions for plaintiff attorneys or to rebut opposing expert's damages reports if asked to do so by defense counsel.
Specializing in litigation economics, this expert has provided economic analysis, valuation, and expert testimony, especially in complex litigation, regarding issues such as:
For over 25 years this expert has provided economic, accounting, and financial consulting for litigation, including numerous jury trial testimonies in complex cases.
This expert is the founder of a highly successful consultancy specializing in staffing and recruiter training. Bringing many years of industry experience to the table, this expert has worked for or led some of the largest permanent and/or temporary placement firms in the world. This expert has extensive experience working with insurance companies and most if not all vertical markets in the US and Europe, this expert is sought-after by companies seeking to build in-house recruitment systems, established recruiting firms building on their bottom-line as well as talent acquisition start-ups looking to find their niche and establish themselves in the marketplace.
This expert has been involved in an extensive number of litigation matters, as an expert witness, and has been deposed 20+ times. While most have involved loss of earnings and associated benefits, care costs, and the like, some have involved non-competes, solicitation and "lift-outs". This expert is completely comfortable supporting the position that non-solicitation and non-competes are rarely enforced and that "lift-outs" are not only legal, but that they are widely used and not considered unethical.
This expert is a vocational counselor. For many years this expert has provided regional and national services to attorneys, individuals, national and state government agencies and employers.
This expert holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Counseling and Guidance; and a Master of Education with a major in Vocational and Community Counseling. This expert has multiple professional licenses and certifications, both national and state.
This expert has worked extensively in cases of personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, workers' compensation, Social Security Disability and SSI, ADA compliance, spousal maintenance, and child support, providing expert witness testimony when needed. This expert testifies about 60 % for the defense, and 40% for plaintiffs in areas including all areas that involve employability, wrongful termination, loss of earnings or earning capacity, lifework expectancy, rehabilitation, and loss of access to the labor market.
Most cases are court appointed from the U.S. Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the Social Security Administration, but this expert also has private sector cases.