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Economic Damage Analysis in NY
John E Beauzile
Mr. Beauzile received an M.S. degree in Actuarial Science (2014) from Columbia University after receiving a B.A. degree in Mathematics with a minor in Economics (2011) from Marist College. Prior to that, he received a B.B.A. degree in Public Accounting (2007) from Pace University. He has experience working with businesses, consulting firms and legal firms. Mr. Beauzile has submitted expert reports before the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Mr. Beauzile is a member of the National Association of Forensic Economics and the American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts.
Forecast, with reasonable accuracy and based on as many available facts, the financial loss suffered.
Examine all the facts and assumptions on which the plaintiff’s claim is based. Look for facts that cannot be verified and assumptions that are unrealistic. Examine the methodology used by the plaintiff to arrive at an estimate of the loss.
UPDATE OLD ESTIMATE
If you have a forensic economics report previously written by us or another expert and you need the assessment as of a different date, we will update it for you.
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Beauzile Forensic Economics
We forecast with reasonable accuracy economic damages in personal injury, wrongful death, and other similar types of tort cases. Our opinions do not vary depending on whether we are working from the plaintiff or the defense side. We examine all the facts and based our estimate on as many of them as we have available. Our goal is to assist the trier of fact and be objective in our estimation.
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