In this case involving the economic losses associated with a motorcycle injury Dr. Steward performed two economic analyses. First he calculated the present day value of the future cost of providing limited daily living assistance to Mr. Blumrick. This is based on a vocation report and historical medical cost increases. Dr. Steward calculated daily and yearly costs of providing medical assistance to Mr. Blumrick. Second Dr. Steward calculated the potential loss of earnings capacity including wages fringe benefits and retirement suffered by Mr. Blumrick as a result of his injury. In order to calculate potential lost earnings Dr. Steward conducted industry specific research of the field into which Mr. Blumrick was training to be employed.