Witnesses can describe vitality and physical activity before the accident in contrast to the defeats experienced after the recovery.

Teachers and coaches can describe a student’s performance and likelihood of a scholarship before an accident vs. struggling for hours to keep grades up or dropping out of athletics or schooling after an injury. Injuries that force a Plaintiff to give up the scholarship to the prestigious university and result in eventual academic failure are the predicate to a loss of earning capacity claim.

This testimony dramatically illustrates the effect of the injury in the client’s life. In our experience, juries find this information believable and compelling.

We work with our clients to identify people who have observed them before and after the accident. Perhaps it’s a member of their church or temple, golf club or yoga class, or a co-worker, neighbor or friend.

If you need help or just have a question we invite you to contact us today for a free initial consultation.  You can take comfort in the fact that everything that you tell us will remain completely confidential and if we accept your case you will never pay us even a penny unless we win money for you from a jury verdict or a settlement.  You can contact us 24/7/365.  We are available to meet with you anytime and anywhere.