When a worker is injured on the job and is no longer able to return to past work, due to physical or psychological conditions, Vocational Expert Services, Inc.’s assessment will identify employment barriers, loss of wage earning capacity, and provide a detailed plan to return to other suitable employment.
Labor Market Surveys (LMS) can also be used to answer hypothetical questions about a labor market. An example of a hypothetical question is “the individual can perform light work that is unskilled, are there jobs that meet these work restrictions available within 25 miles of a certain address? What is the starting wage?
Reemployment services are designed to help an injured worker return to work. This is when a work-related injury or illness prevents workers from returning to their usual line of work. Reemployment services may include vocational counseling, transferable skills analysis, selective job placement, training and education. We provide other services deemed necessary and appropriate to help an injured worker return to work.
Vocational Expert Services, Inc can consult or testify in any of the following type matters:
- Florida Workers’ Compensation
- Railroad Worker Injury (FELA)
- Longshore & Harbor Workers Act
- Jones Act
- Federal Employees Compensation Act
- Federal Employers’ Liability Act
- Long-Term Disability (ERISA)