Lost Wages & Wrongful Death Damages
We have expertise quantifying personal damages relating to a wrongful termination, employment discrimination, personal injury and wrongful death. We use analytical concepts like those used in evaluating commercial losses, such as projecting the “but for” scenario and comparing it to impacted earnings. However, there are unique considerations in determining personal losses, such as the plaintiff’s earnings capacity, the plaintiff’s worklife expectancy, and the value of a potential loss of household services due to injury or death.
Linda Boly v. Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center and Legacy Health, 2015: We evaluated and testified in trial to lost wages and benefits due to alleged wrongful termination and discrimination on behalf of the Plaintiff.
Lynda Bersani, Personal Representative of the Estate of Henry Alexander Bersani, Jr., deceased, v. David P. Meyer, Personal Representative of the Estate of Marvin Harold Ford, deceased, 2015: We evaluated and testified in trial to economic loss due to alleged wrongful death on behalf of the Plaintiffs.
Douglas Ossana v. Nike, 2014: We evaluated and testified in trial to lost wages and benefits due to alleged wrongful termination of the Plaintiff, on behalf of the Defendant.
Sean Fitzgerald v. Adam William Thomas Shelby, 2014: We evaluated and testified in trial to alleged lost wages and benefits resulting from the injury of the Plaintiff.
Daniel Henninger v. Clackamas County, 2013: We evaluated and testified in arbitration to lost wages and benefits on behalf of the Plaintiff.
Experts in Lost Wages & Wrongful Death Damage
Jennifer J. Murphy
CPA, CFE, CFF
Jennifer Murphy specializes in individual financial damages analysis, such as lost wages and wrongful death damages, as well as fraud investigations and forensic accounting analyses. She handles cases with large quantities of data, such as wage and hour class actions, and testifies in support of her opinions.