Damages Quantification (Forensic Accounting)
Sometimes it’s not about the money—it’s the principle. In other cases, however, if it did not involve money no one would care.
You hire a lawyer to get justice. You hire us to find out how much it’s worth.
Although we are credentialed accountants, we understand that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are about financial statement presentation. So, they are not about costs and they are certainly not about damages. As a result, our quantification expertise is different.
Disclosing the story behind the numbers or projecting the consequences of the story on the numbers are two ways we deal with numbers and circumstances.
Cost analyses, projections and other data compilations have many facets each of which can be presented to disclose not only the dollar sum of certain transactions, but to divulge purpose, intent, timing, causation and trend. When the data set is large, the ability to even effectively examine the data and then marshal the facts for a solution can be an even more important skill.
Consequently, we blend our advanced technology and data analysis skills with our forensic practices and our knowledge of accepted quantification standards to ascertain the essential facts from voluminous data or incomplete data, to prove the data's authenticity and to discern the meaning and nature of what may appear to some as just a bunch of numbers.
Expertise and personal service. When it really matters.