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Verdict & Settlement Analyzer®



How do I access LexisNexis® Verdict & Settlement Analyzer?

  1. Go to
  2. Enter your ID and password.
  3. Click Sign In.
  4. Select Verdict & Settlement Analyzer from the Lexis® pull-down menu located in the top left-hand corner of the Lexis screen.

How do I craft a Verdict & Settlement Analyzer terms and connectors search?

After choosing Verdict & Settlement Analyzer from the pull-down menu in the upper left, enter search terms that represent the key ideas or issues of your case. Start broad by using the OR connector to enter synonyms and/or terms of art.

As a pre-search filter, you can limit results to specific dates and/or jurisdictions by selecting the appropriate category using the Filters button in the Search box.

Click the Search button when you’re ready to run your search.

For additional terms and connectors tips, see the help screen under the MORE pull down available from the Lexis pull-down menu located in the top right-hand corner.

How do I filter a Verdict & Settlement Analyzer report?

Navigate quickly and easily by applying post-search filters located on the left side of the page. Popular filters include case resolution, award amount and timeline.

What is the jury verdict coverage for Verdict & Settlement Analyzer?

LexisNexis has over 1.1 million jury verdict and settlement documents online. This is the industry’s largest collection* of jury verdicts and settlements. We have a competitive advantage in most jurisdictions.

The collection provides coverage in both the federal and state court systems. Our comprehensive collection includes content from licensed providers, as well as content authored by proprietary teams.

What is the difference between Unknown and Other resolution types?

Regarding the Unknown designation: The data repositories searched by Verdict & Settlement Analyzer are quite large and come from various sources. Some are internal to LexisNexis and others are outside, third-party resources. As such, some documents in that repository may not contain all the data types you might expect to see listed. For example, some documents may not list the jurisdiction or the result, while others may not list the area of law. When this information isn’t included in the document, it is graphed as “unknown” in the results. To help you view only known information, you can filter your search results to show only those documents that contain the specific data on which you are focusing and filter out “unknown” data.

Regarding the Other designation: Typically these results are described within the text of the document but are not reported in the typical fashion.

How can I print and download my report?

You have several options for saving your report to a folder and/or downloading and emailing your report. Please choose from the icons located at the top of the page. You can print, download into PDF, email or save your report to a folder. For more details, please consult the training guide located on the Training on the Go page.

*Comparison of legal research providers July 2016.