Forensic Accountants are often asked to assist attorneys and insurance companies in the quantification of economic losses resulting from personal injury, wrongful death or lost employment. Individuals are assets that can generate a stream of current and future earnings and factors like age, education/training, geographic location, gender, race, occupation, industry, union membership, and health can impact this future stream.
Whether you’re dealing with a personal injury, wrongful death or lost employment, the positive impact of an accomplished forensic accountant can be significant. Individual damage cases will often benefit from the services and skills of an experienced forensic accountant, which include: accounting, tax, general business and financial consulting, strong analytical and research skills, as well as legal knowledge. Forensic accountants also bring intellectual curiosity, professional skepticism, attention to detail, persistence and the ability to think creatively and communicate effectively.
At FAZ, we specialize in projecting lost earnings related to personal injury, wrongful death and lost employment. If you would like to refer a case, please download the FAZ PI Claim Questionnaire.