REHAB EXPERT TECHNICAL SERVICES
Provided directly to you for inclusion as attachment
in your report, or directly to your retaining attorney.
defensible, ethical, cost-effective.
Provided in: Word, WordPerfect, Adobe PDF, or
24 hour emergency turnaround possible (25%
premium for super rush orders).
moving your mouse pointer over the sample icon at the right
of each of the services described in this table, you should
be able to see report samples. Be aware that some of these
services yield a wide variety of report types, and that we
have just included one or two representative samples for each.
Employer lists, for instance, may be requested as mailing
lists, as call lists, as table-ized summaries, or in a number
of other formats. When you're ready to order a report, please
send us an e-mail
note or give us a call at 954-984-8833 to discuss your
TECHNICAL ANALYSES SERVICES
support of your...
individualized loss of Earning Capacity Assessments (ECA),
with detailed footnotes explaining every aspect (makes your
job a snap)
vocational assessment (i.e., personal injury or divorce)
carefully constructed, report attachments range from 3-8 pages
long, depending on number of scenarios. They include some or
all of the following tables: (a) published earnings associated
with pre-injury occupations, (b) pre-injury earnings according
to tax records, (c) published earnings associated with demonstrated
post-injury transferable work skills without additional training,
(d) published earnings associated with demonstrated post-injury
transferable skills in scenario that includes retraining, (e)
work life estimates, and (f) projection of earnings scenarios
across remaining work life.
depending on whether you conduct the TSA or we do, and depending
on number of tables and scenarios requested.
SERVICES LOSS ASSESSMENT
customized analysis of the value of Household Services (H/S)
rather complex report attachment yields estimate of the value
of a person's practical household service/s (H/S) losses, and
is based on the framework yielded from two key studies: the
Dollar Value of a Day study (Expectancy Data), and the American
Time Use Study (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Among the
tables usually included are the following: (a) estimation of
individual services values based on associated local BLS-OES
figures, (b) year-by-year projection of value of pre-injury
H/S efforts, (c) year-by-year projection of value of post-injury
H/S efforts, and (d) comparison to value of losses when calculated
using quotes from local vendors instead of from associated OES
depending on whether household service contributions are seen
as having been lost partially or entirely, and on number of
assessment approaches used (local vendors and BLS-OES)