I was in San Pedro, California last week taking depositions of a former job superintendent and foreman on a construction site. My client was a piledriver/welder. This is the best testimony that a lawyer can hope to get from coworkers like this, particularly supervisors.
"He was an excellent welder."
Testimony like this does more than support a claim for wage loss. It bolsters the client's believability as a witness because good workers can be relied upon.
The strongest witnesses for my client are usually not friends or family but job supervisors.