Leah P. Greenwood, Ph.D., D/ABPP, F/ABVE

Vocational Expert

Dr. Greenwood has practiced in the field of rehabilitation psychology for over 25 years assisting those who are disabled, injured, or chronically ill to achieve maximal functioning in community, academic, and work contexts. She is a board-certified rehabilitation psychologist with post-graduate training in forensic vocational consulting. Since 2016, she has been providing expert opinion of the vocational and earning capacity of individuals who have been displaced from the workforce and those who are returning to the workforce. She has been qualified in state and federal civil court to provide expert vocational opinion on matters of earning capacity, wage loss claims, employability, access to the labor market, and loss of household services. Her office is in Exton, Pennsylvania, in Chester County where she provides services throughout Southeastern PA and northern Delaware as a forensic vocational expert.

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Vocational Capacity Evaluations in Civil Injury

In civil injury or tort actions, a vocational capacity evaluation can be used to determine any loss of earnings associated with occupational disability following an injury, such as in a motor vehicle accident, a "slip-and-fall," product liability, and medical malpractice.

Vocational Capacity Evaluations in Marital Dissolution 

A vocational capacity evaluation is often requested in family law decisions where knowledge of a divorcing spouse's maximal earning capacity is needed in the determination of support.

Vocational Capacity Evaluations in Employment Law

A vocational capacity evaluation is frequently needed to determine the vocational impact of employer actions when claims of discrimination, wrongful termination, retaliation, and other violations of employee protections are made.