Weaver’s professionals have a long history assisting the legal community with personal injury and wrongful death disputes; specifically, aiding parties in understanding the economic damages at issue. Both plaintiff and defense counsel count on Weaver’s professionals to perform a fair, accurate and supported calculation of economic damages based on accepted methodologies. Weaver’s professionals are known for our exceptional responsiveness, experience, skills, credentials, and efficiency.
Determining economic damages in a personal injury or wrongful death dispute requires analyzing the various components of the plaintiff’s earnings, as well as utilizing economic data and statistics and other expert’s reports. Weaver’s team of experienced professionals are skilled at communicating their conclusions and findings in a clear, concise and understandable manner, whether by report or testimony. Whether you need assistance determining the value of lost earnings or the present value of future medical costs, our team is here to help.
Weaver’s team of professional have decades of combined experience serving as consulting experts and testifying experts on these types of disputes for both the plaintiff and defense, in federal court and state courts.
Weaver’s professionals have advanced degrees and certifications in areas such as accounting (CPA), valuation (ASA, CVA), financial forensics (CFF, MAFF), and fraud investigation (CFE). This depth of talent allows us to assemble a qualified team to address the most complex issues effectively and efficiently.
Our services include:
- Calculation of lost earnings (past and future)
- Assessment of earnings capacity
- Calculation of lost business profits
- Appraisal of retirement and other employment benefits
- Evaluation of lost household services
- Appraisal of lost support to survivors
- Evaluation of personal consumption
- Present value of future medical costs (life care plan)
- Affirmative and rebuttal reports
- Expert testimony
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