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[Verdict & Settlement Analyzer] is helpful in assessing case value based on past verdicts and settlements.

Solo Practitioner, Small Business Legal Company (Source: TechValidate. TVID: D99-34A-63C)

[Verdict & Settlement Analyzer has helped] In negotiations of settlement with difficult insurance companies.

Elsie Valenciano, Paralegal, Rivas Law Group (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 495-E79-D53)

[Verdict & Settlement Analyzer] is a good tool to back up our arguments with raw data and when discussing case values with a client or opposing counsel or a mediator.

Associate, 2-5 Attorney Firm (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 0A4-AE0-6AE)

It has been useful in negotiations when adjusters have seriously undervalued a claim to demonstrate that similar case results in the jurisdiction were much higher than offers made by the Defense.

Associate, 2-5 Attorney Firm (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 241-C32-C9A)

I’ve used the Verdict and Settlement Analyzer to find out how judges have ruled on specific legal issues in certain jurisdiction. It’s also been especially helpful in identifying damages awarded in cases similar to our own.

Paralegal, 21-50 Attorney Firm (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 0FB-26C-882)

I have used it to adjust and standardize my valuation of cases in South Carolina after having practiced in Georgia for a number of years. While the two jurisdictions are close, case valuation varies significantly.

Associate, 2-5 Attorney Firm (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 699-D16-26B)



The quotes in this document are from third-party TechValidate® surveys that were conducted in September 2017. TechValidate® is a trusted third-party research organization that directly interfaces with business and technology end users to collect and validate information about their deployments. More information is available at Every unit of TechValidate content is stamped with a unique nine-digit identifier called a TVID for easy identification and verification.