expert vocational services

Litigation Services

  • Vocational Evaluation and Employability Assessment
  • Transferable Skills Analysis
  • Labour Market Research 
  • Future Cost of Care
  • Economic Loss and Valuation Reports

Ancillary Services

  • Psychological Assessment
  • Neuropsychological Assessment 
  • Functional Abilities/Capacity Evaluations 
  • Occupational Therapy Interventions
  • Independent Medical Evaluations  

Marcus Bachmann has 30 years of experience in vocational rehabilitation as an employment counsellor, program manager, case manager, and vocational evaluator. He accepts referrals from both plaintiff and defence counsel for matters arising from motor vehicle accidents, occupational injury and workers’ compensation, long-term disability, slip/fall and other personal injuries, Canada Pension Plan, and medical malpractice. He does not currently accept family law/matrimonial files.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a post-degree Certificate in Personnel and Industrial Relations, and a Master of Science in Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling. He is a member in good standing of the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada, the College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, the American Board of Vocational Experts, and the Canadian Assessment, Vocational Evaluation, and Work Adjustment Society, of which he is a former president.

These organizations have recognized his qualifications by granting the following designations: Registered Rehabilitation Professional (RRP), Registered Vocational Professional (RVP), Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Professional (CVRP), Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluator (CCVE), Certified Rehabilitation Counsellor (CRC), and Diplomate, American Board of Vocational Experts (ABVE/D). His testimony has been accepted by the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Appeals Tribunal, Financial Services Commission of Ontario, and Ontario Superior Court of Justice.

Additional Information  Evaluations consist of an interview plus the completion of paper-and-pencil and/or computerized tests to measure achievement, ability, aptitude, and vocational interests. No physical examination is involved and all activities take place at a desk. Please bring your résumé or a list of your education, training, and work experience. If you have school transcripts, employment records, or related materials, please bring them. As this can be a lengthy appointment, you may wish to bring a drink or snack. Please bring your reading glasses (if required) and any assistive devices that you currently use. You may wish to bring your medication to the appointment; for example, bring pain medication if you usually take it during the day or think you may need it. The night before the appointment, try to get a good night's sleep and refrain from using alcohol or intoxicants. Take your usual medication (usual time, dosage) on the day of the assessment, unless you feel that it will substantially interfere with testing.

Illness  We have a "no handshake" and "masking" policy. ​If you are ill (i.e., cold, flu, fever, cough, sore throat, respiratory infection, etc.), suspect you are coming down with an illness, or have been in close contact with a ill individual, please reschedule. I reserve the right to decline any referral or reschedule an appointment due to infectious illness.  

Terms  Fees are $400 per hour plus travel and ancillary costs. A 50% cancellation fee (based on the anticipated total fee) will be levied for cancellations received within 72 hours of the appointment, or in accordance with a prior arrangement. Payment in full is respectfully requested within 45 days of the issuance of a report, unless otherwise arranged. Production of clinical notes and records is $300.