Erin S. Bailey
Sr. Vocational Consultant
Ms. Bailey has over 15 years of experience as a senior vocational rehabilitation consultant and
vocational expert witness at CRC Services. In addition to being a nationally certified
rehabilitation counselor, Ms. Bailey is a Diplomat of the American Board of Vocational Experts
and a licensed rehabilitation counselor in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Ms. Bailey is
also a certified International Psychometric Evaluator.
Ms. Bailey is requested by both plaintiff and defense bar to conduct vocational assessments
and testify before the fact finder on matters of employability, wage earning capacity, vocational
rehabilitation mitigation and job search diligence in workers' compensation, personal injury,
employment law, medical malpractice, and divorce matters. Ms. Bailey has been qualified as a
vocational expert in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York, in State and
Through the course of her employment with CRC, Ms. Bailey has conducted vocational
assessments of veterans seeking Total Disability under Individual Unemployability (TDIU)
Benefits offered from the Department of Veterans Affairs. She also provides career counseling
services to the general public and injured workers; in addition to conducting independent living
assessments of disabled veterans.
Ms. Bailey is committed to assisting our youth with making informed choices as they prepare
from postsecondary education to adulthood. She conducts transition assessments of students
on Individual Education Plans (IEPs) to identify student strengths, interests and needs as they
relate to the world of work and independent living. She makes suitable recommendations to
ensure students attain their vocational and independent living goals.
Ms. Bailey oversees and supervises CRC vocational consultants on all state, private and
governmental contracts. She also provides training and support to vocational consultants and
administrative staff in the firm.
In addition to her full-time employment with CRC, Ms. Bailey served as an adjunct faculty
member at Springfield College, in the Rehabilitation and Disability Studies Department and
instructed graduate level students.
Ms. Bailey is actively involved with the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals
at the local and national levels. She previously served as President of the New England Chapter
and is currently the Director of Membership and Marketing. Ms. Bailey is also a peer-reviewer
for those pursuing Board Certification through the American Board of Vocational experts.