Forensic Vocational Evaluation and Earning Capacity Analysis for Legal Advocacy
Kincaid Wolstein Vocational & Rehabilitation Services specializes in forensic vocational evaluations and earning capacity analysis, equipping attorneys with detailed, personalized data crucial for securing fair settlements in personal injury litigation and accurately assessing spousal earning potential in divorce proceedings.
Our expertise also extends to Workers’ Compensation and medical malpractice cases, with methodologies adaptable to various litigation and non-litigation scenarios.
Comprehensive Personal Assessments:
We gather essential data through:
- Thorough personal interviews.
- Comprehensive reviews of medical and employment histories.
- Functional capacity evaluations, encompassing the full spectrum of physical, intellectual, cognitive, and psychosocial abilities.
Labor Market Insights:
Our labor market analysis incorporates:
- Investigation of regional employment opportunities.
- Subscription to the Economic Research Institute’s premium databases for current labor market data.
Advanced Modeling and Data Analysis:
We employ sophisticated tools for data analysis, including:
- State-of-the-art earnings capacity modeling.
- The McCroskey Transferable Skills Program (MTSP) for its recognized accuracy and validity in matching job requirements with individual capabilities.
In-Depth Vocational Evaluations:
Our detailed reports, respected in legal settings, feature:
- A thorough explanation of our evaluation methodology.
- A subject’s background, including educational, military, and social history.
- An extensive employment history review utilizing MTSP standards.
- Medical record examinations.
- Vocational testing outcomes.
- Comparative pre- and post-injury vocational profiles.
- Employability analyses and vocational rehabilitation planning.
- Assistive technology assessments.
- Earnings capacity evaluations with robust documentation.
At Kincaid Wolstein, we deliver not just data, but the insightful analysis and reliable vocational narratives that courts and legal professionals demand for informed decision-making in critical cases."
"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