Curtis is an Economist and Partner at AEC.
He has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a Master of Arts in Economics, both from the University of Saskatchewan.
Curtis started working for AEC in June 1999. He prepares reports on the values of economic losses in personal injury and wrongful death claims, including loss of employment income, loss of non-wage benefits, loss of economic support, and loss of household services. He also authors reports on the present values of costs of future care and the cost of fund management.
Curtis has prepared reports in more than 2,800 legal cases. He has been qualified as an Expert Witness in the Supreme Court of British Columbia and in the Supreme Court of Yukon Territory. He has provided expert testimony on over 80 occasions.
Curtis is a member of the Association of Professional Economists of British Columbia and the Canadian Association of Business Economists.
In his spare time, Curtis enjoys weight-training, hiking, playing guitar, traveling and spending time with friends and family.