Employability & Earning Capacity Evaluations
An Employability and Earning Capacity Evaluation will assist the Plaintiff or Defense attorney in objectively documenting the case damages. The Evaluation consists of five components: a thorough records review, a vocational diagnostic interview with the client, a detailed analysis of the client’s work and transferrable skills, and vocational testing. All of these components combine to form an expert opinion as to the disabled individual’s employability and earning capacity. If an individual can no longer return to their prior work or is unemployed due to the residuals of their injuries, then an employability evaluation is necessary and beneficial to either Plaintiff or Defense attorneys.