We estimate your likelihood of winning and average damages awarded, to shape settlement and investment decisions, as well as persuade an adversary or neutral. We show the worth of the case.
We A|B test how to frame the case, whether your party should accept responsibility, how to address damages, or which expert is most credible. The results speak for themselves.
We identify the jurors that are most likely to be favorable, based on demographics and custom questions most relevant to your case. We help you empanel a fair jury.
We simulate your case both with and without a trial court error—such as the seating of a prejudiced juror, the admission of unreliable evidence, or incorrect jury instruction—to measure its effect on the trial outcome. In short, we can prove the prejudice, if any.
An Example of Our Work:
Probability X Damages = Case Expected Value
In this experiment, we tested which of two trial tactics lead to a higher case expected value; in particular, whether the defendant suggested a damages amount (B) or not (A) - which may lower any award, but may also backfire and increase lose rates by implying an admission of liability. Rather than guessing, measured results demonstrated that in this case remaining silent was preferable.