Personal Injury Cases

Examples of Complex Cases in which experts at Litigation Economics have provided analyses and testimony include the following:

Patrick Petit vs. Diamond California Cab Co. A complex case that involved a personal injury and lost earnings by plaintiff as an employee and reduced business value of a start-up corporation owned by the plaintiff. Retained by Charles Osthimer, III and Sheila Shah Lichtblau, attorneys for Defendant, Wright Robinson Osthimer & Tatum, San Francisco, California.

DeCosta vs. Joan Herbert, et al. This case involved a car accident and back injury to driver of car in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Plaintiff, an independent contractor who sold real estate, claimed lost earnings, benefits and medical expenses due to injuries sustained in accident. Litigation Economics report noted episodic work history of plaintiff, earnings increase after the accident and inconsistency between claim of physical limits due to back injury and plaintiff’s regular performances in a dance troupe. Retained by defense counsel Brian T. Dougan, Gibson & Behman, P.C. Providence, Rhode Island.