Dr. Scarbrough has over 35 years’ experience analyzing economic loss in matters of personal injury and wrongful death and 30 years’ experience in evaluating cases arising from mass torts and other disasters. He is one of the few human capital economists testifying in court and was recently named a Heller-Hurwicz Economic Institute Research Affiliate. He is a frequent speaker to associations, insurance companies and law firms. Dr. Scarbrough, along with LAI’s Dr. Bartlett, is the only structured settlement broker in the United States with a Ph.D. in economics, which he received at the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Bartlett joined Litigation Analytics in June of 2008 from Baylor University, where he was an Assistant Professor of economics. Dr. Bartlett heads LAI’s Southlake office. A labor economist, his research includes the inter-generational transmission of human capital, education, discrimination, household production, and family equivalence scales. Dr. Bartlett received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Texas. He is also a licensed structured settlement broker.
Dr. Crouch, a Senior Economist in LAI’s Southlake office, received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Houston, after earning both a B.S. and M.A. in economics there. His fields of specialization are labor economics, applied microeconomics, econometrics, health economics and law and economics. Prior to joining LAI, Dr. Crouch was an Assistant Professor at Flagler College. He has also taught economics at the University of Houston and The Village High School.