Preparing for your Personal Injury Claim or Lawsuit

  • Forensic Economic Services
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  • December 7, 2021

An injured person is entitled to recover the past and future loss of earnings resulting from an injury caused by the defendant. To recover past lost earnings, plaintiff must prove the amount of income/earnings/salary/wages that he/she lost to date. To recover future lost earnings, plaintiff…

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Litigation & Securities Fraud

  • Forensic Economic Services
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  • September 24, 2021

financial economics has been and can be applied in securities fraud litigation. Specifically, using the empirical techniques (event study) developed by academic financial economists, relate this event study methodology to the relevant areas of securities fraud law, and also use its application in SEC enforcement…

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3903C. Past and Future Lost Earnings

  • Forensic Economic Services
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  • July 3, 2021

An injured person is entitled to recover the past and future loss of earnings resulting from an injury caused by the defendant. To recover past lost earnings, plaintiff must prove the amount of income/earnings/salary/wages lost to date. To recover future lost earnings, plaintiff must prove…

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Expert Witness Economics, when the defendant(s) have no testifying experts.

  • Forensic Economic Services
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  • March 1, 2021

Showing inadequacy of a plaintiff’s economic expert falls on the defendant in a way that almost requires that the defendant proffer an economic expert.

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Where do I look for the Loss of Use of Personal Property? See ==>> CACI 3903M

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  • October 12, 2020

To recover damages for loss of use, the Plaintiff must prove the reasonable cost to rent a similar item for the amount of time reasonably necessary to repair or replace the item

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Offsetting the Increased Tax Burden Resulting from a Lump Sum Award, from Kenneth Economy v. Sutter Hospital.

  • Forensic Economic Services
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  • September 9, 2020

Calculation of economic damages for wrongfully terminated employees should now account for "tax neutralization". Last year, on February 4th, 2019 the California Court of Appeals approved the Judge’s order to award a for tax neutralization in a wrongful termination matter.uld be compensated a dollar amount…

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