Laura Adams is a forensic economist with a background in economics. As a double major in Economics and Energy from Syracuse University, she brings a unique perspective to the field. Alongside her academic pursuits, Laura was a student athlete, honing valuable leadership skills that translate into her professional endeavors.

Ms. Adams possesses a deep understanding of economic principles and their application to legal matters and excels in the following areas:

  1.  Employment Disputes: She has a track record of analyzing economic damages arising from wrongful termination, discrimination, and wage and hour disputes.
  2.  Medical Malpractice: Laura is well-versed in evaluating the economic damages resulting from medical negligence.
  3. Wrongful Death: Laura specializes in assessing the economic impact of wrongful death cases.
  4. Fire Losses: Laura has extensive experience in analyzing economic damages resulting from fire incidents. She evaluates the financial impact on businesses, considering factors such as property damage, business interruption, and lost profits.
  5. Life Care Plans: She is skilled in developing comprehensive life care plans that outline the future costs associated with long-term medical care and rehabilitation for injured individuals.
  6. Business Income Losses: Laura provides expert analysis to evaluate the economic damages.