Vocational Opinion Expert Witnesses

Vocational opinion expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on vocational opinion. The vocational opinion expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Employment, Life Care Planning, and Vocational Rehabilitation.

Teri Hillery, MSCP, CRC, CDMS Vocational Expert Services, Inc.

Maitland, Florida
Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment - Vocational Evaluation, Labor Market Surveys, Transferable Skills Analysis, Earning Capacity, Job Analysis, Vocational Opinion, Vocational Expert, Vocational Consultant, Employability
Vocational Rehabilitation - Interpret vocational rehabilitation reports, functional capacity evaluations, independent medical evaluations, transferable skills analysis, vocational testing, and labor market surveys. Counseling and job placement of people with disabilities including resume preparation, interview training, job searches, and follow-up. Utilize up-to-date knowledge of, and experience with, industrial and occupational trends, local labor market conditions, and the existence and incidence of jobs within occupations. Identify characteristics of work settings, skill level, and physical and mental demands of jobs. Expert testimony on the capacity to work, transferable skills, physical and mental demands of jobs, earning capacity, and the existence of jobs in the labor market. • Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification • Certified Disability Management Specialist, The Commission for Case Manager Certification • Ass...

Shelby A. Dubato MalcolmDubato, LLC

Marriottsville, Maryland
Vocational Rehabilitation, Life Care Planning - Case Management, Medical Management, Future Medical Expenses, Life Care Plan, Durable Medical Equipment, Labor Market Survey, Earning Capacity, Wage Loss, Loss of Employment, Employment Capacity, Vocational Expert Opinion, Damages Expert
Shelby Dubato is a graduate of University of Maryland, Baltimore with a Master of Social Work degree and is licensed by Maryland’s Department of Health as a License Certified Social Worker with a Clinical designation (LCSW-C). Ms. Dubato is a Certified Case Manager (CCM), Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS), and Certified Life Care Planner (CLCP). Ms. Dubato is experienced in the following: • Completing extensive case file reviews, including medical records, employment files, educational documentation, and wage/tax documentation • Performing in-depth client interviews and assessments • Conducting home visits in conjunction with a physical and/or occupational therapist • Preparing correspondence to treating providers to determine future medical needs and costs, as well as physical abilities and limitations related to plaintiff's/claimant's work capacity • Coordinating services • Conducting research, such as labor market research; cost research for services, DMEs, m...

Amanda Marie Sizemore, MS, IPEC, CVE, ABVE/F ProMedica Verity Group

Springfield, Pennsylvania
Vocational Rehabilitation - Vocational Evaluation, Wage Loss Analysis, Disability Evaluation, Earning Capacity, Personal Injury, Employment Law, Transferable Skills Analysis, Vocational Opinion, Wrongful Termination, Vocational Consultant, Employability, Loss of Earnings, Career Assessment, Standardized Testing, Voc Expert
Amanda is a Certified Vocational Evaluator through the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification and a Fellow of the American Board of Vocational Experts. She holds an International Psychometric Evaluator Certification and is a Disability Analyst and Diplomate certified through the American Board of Disability Analysts. Amanda graduated from Cabrini College with a bachelor's degree in psychology and philosophy. She obtained her master's degree in psychology from Villanova University. After joining CEC Associates (now ProMedica Verity Group) in 2010 as a Clinical Assistant, Amanda became the Clinical Assistant Supervisor in 2014. By 2017, she began her tenure as a Vocational Evaluator.