This case involves a plaintiff that was involved in a pedestrian versus automobile accident in Arizona. Dr. Steward was retained to study the economic damages in this case. In his report he uses three scenarios to determine loss of earnings. Plaintiff was a Mexican national who worked both in Mexico and the U.S. In the first scenario Dr. Steward bases the plaintiff’s earnings capacity on the average earnings of similar workers in Mexico. The data was found on the Mexico Population and Housing Census 2010. This is used to calculate the average salary earned in Guanajuato by males with no formal education. The second scenario is based on that assumption that plaintiff would have worked in the U.S. for a period of time and then return to Mexico to work the reminder of this expected work life. The data used to calculate loss of earnings in the second scenario come from the Mexican Migration Project which is a widely used data source that provides information on the labor market experiences of Mexican born workers who migrate to the U.S. In the third scenario, it is assumed that the plaintiff would have worked in the U.S. over his entire expected work life had he not been injured. The calculations are based on the earnings of a minimum wage work in the U.S. In addition to calculating the economic damages to plaintiff’s earnings capacity, Dr. Steward also calculated the present value of the life care plan prepared by the plaintiff’s life care planner. He performed a present value calculation for medical care, medical services, and other items that the plaintiff will now need that he has become injured and unable to work.