At the time Mr. Charles Leiber was in an automobile accident he was a college student working to earn a General Business degree and had a part time job. In this case Dr. Dwight Steward provided an analysis of the loss of earnings capacity Mr. Leiber experienced and is expected to experience in the future as a result of the injuries he sustained. Dr. Steward projected the plaintiff’s lost wages and fringe benefits. He calculated the Mr. Leiber’s losses by using government labor market data to estimate his future earnings. In his report Dr. Steward provides two economic damage scenarios. In the first scenario it is assumed Mr. Leiber is unable to complete his degree and his earning capacity is based on average earnings for individuals who attended some college. In the second scenario it is assumed the plaintiff is able to complete his degree and his earnings capacity is based on average earnings for individuals with a college degree.