Angela McGrath is a statistician who has applied statistical methods to the collection and analysis of data to address real-world problems in business, regulation, and litigation since 1992. She earned her undergraduate degree in Statistics from University of California, before achieving her graduate degree in Applied Statistics from University of California, Santa Barbara.
Ms. McGrath heads the Automotive Safety Research Group at William E. Wecker Associates, Inc. She performs field performance analyses of vehicle designs and components using the National Automotive Sampling System (NASS), Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), and State Accident databases. She has lead project teams for consulting engagements, preparation of expert testimony, and submissions in regulatory proceedings including: consumer product safety; financial damage analysis; class actions alleging discrimination in insurance, lending, and wages; and patent and intellectual property matters involving pharmaceutical and technology products. She is also a member of the American Statistical Association.
Her expertise includes heath and injury risk assessment, survey design and analysis, U.S. and international credit card market analysis, damages assessments, product performance evaluation, regression analysis, survival analysis, and big data analytics.