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Use our tailored Vocational Assessment Reports to provide expert opinion on the vocational options and loss of earning capacity of an injured person. Each report includes relevant Australian Bureau of Statistics average gross weekly earnings, and forensic accounting based on these figures (taking into account tax, super, future discounting, etc).
These reports analyse education, training and skills, and work experience against medical incapacities, age (including pre-working age), place of residence and possible outcome of future retraining to provide an opinion on what, if any, occupation a claimant could consider following injury.
We can assess workers (and injured children not yet of working age) suffering from injuries relating to:
- spinal cord
- brain injury
- abuse law
- psychological injury
- motor vehicle accidents
- public liability
- medical negligence
- work-related injury / workers compensation
- crush injuries
- amputation / amputee
- orthopaedic injury
- paediatric injury
Forensic accounting – included as standard
All Evidex Vocational Assessments come with a forensic accountant’s report. Based on the occupations identified in the VA, our forensic accounting report gives a present-day value of lost earnings, taking into account super, tax, future discounting, and all other relevant factors.