Dr. Stan V. Smith is a nationally renowned Economist and Financial Consultant
providing analysis in simple terms that any trier-of-fact can understand. As an expert consultant to plaintiff and defense attorneys representing clients in Federal State courts, he provides testimony and litigation support services in evaluating damages.
Dr. Smith provides Analysis, Testimony, and Litigation Support Services in Evaluating Damages
for plaintiff and defense attorneys representing clients in federal and state courts nationwide. His concept of Hedonic Damages
is acknowledged by judges, attorneys, and legal journalists as one of the most innovative tort concepts in the last 30 years. He has been interviewed and published in dozens of respected professional journals.
Dr. Smith has assisted in the successful resolution of thousands of lawsuits on behalf of clients that include many dozens of the nation's largest law firms, the U.S. Department of Justice, as well as thousands of other prominent plaintiff and defense law firms in almost every state.
Areas of Expertise
|Antitrust DamagesPatent ValuationLost WagesMergers & AcquisitionsBusiness Valuations & LossesHedonic DamagesPension Fund Evaluation and Withdrawal LiabilitySociety and Relationship Damage AnalysisIdentity Theft and FCRA Credit Damages||Security LossesCommercial DamagesEmployment DiscriminationLife Care Plan and other Medical Cost EvaluationsStructured Settlement AnalysisPersonal Consumption and Fringe BenefitsProduct LiabilityInjury LossesLost Earnings Capacity|
Setting aside the one case in 100,000 that makes headlines, are juries generally capricious and liberal? Are verdicts frequently unreasonable?
The increased use of economic experts in commercial damage cases, as well as in personal injury and wrongful death cases, has resulted in the emergence of a group of experts who offer economic services but are unqualified and ill-trained in economics.
In most courts, the value of a human being is not recognized. According to the laws of many states, your life isn't worth a "plugged nickel" if you no longer work.