What Hiring Focus Litigation Consulting Says About You
- I’m serious about this case.
- I have invested time and money in this case.
- I know what a jury thinks about this case.
- I know how a jury will evaluate the claims in this case.
- I know how the jury will evaluate the damages.
- I know how the jury will evaluate the plaintiff in this case.
- I know how the jury will evaluate the defendant(s) in this case.
- I know what a jury sees as the Plaintiff’s strengths and weaknesses.
- I know what a jury sees as the Defendant’s strengths and weaknesses.
- I am now prepared to address our weaknesses and capitalize on our strengths.
- I am now prepared to address the opposition’s strengths and capitalize on their weaknesses.
- I know how to package my case for maximum jury reception.
- I know the critical areas to cover in voir dire are and what type of juror I am looking to strike.
- I’m ready for trial.
- I know the true value of the case.
- I know the scope of my settlement leverage.
What Hiring Focus Litigation Consulting Says to Your Client
- All of the above.
- We are doing everything we can to represent you.
- We are doing everything we can to maximize the value of this case or minimize the risk.
“As you know, I was prepared to reject Southland’s offer of $400,000 and take this matter to trial. I thought I had a sure winner. Your focus group brought me back to reality, and made me realize I had very serious problems with liability and Southland’s assumption of risk defense. In the end, we accepted Southland’s $400,000 offer, and I think we were very wise to do so. Had I not had you conduct a focus group in this case, I probably would have gone blindly into trial and been beaten soundly.Fred Paoli, Jr., Livingston, Montana