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Predict™ is a jury research tool that applies the science of statistics to litigation to predict results.

Through statistical analysis, Predict allows attorneys to test key issues throughout litigation and employ a predictive model to help measure probable jury outcomes.

Predict measures and evaluates key facts, issues, client likeability, demonstrative evidence, and attorney presentations such as openings or closings to forecast their effect on the outcome of a case.

To talk with one of our consultants further about the Predict process or about a specific case, please complete the form below. You’ll also receive an example jury research report at no cost.

For any immediate questions about Predict, contact Paul Null, 866-277-3247 ext. 105.

I just used the Predict tool for the first time and was blown away with the product quality. I got ten times the number of participants of traditional focus group providers, with a comprehensive and easy-to-understand analysis. Predict showed me case weaknesses I hadn’t seen, and alerted me to potential jurors that I needed to de-select. I will never go into trial again without Predict.

David L. Kwass, Partner, Saltz, Mongeluzzi, Barrett & Bendesky, PC

I am happy to recommend Predict with Precise. We submitted a complicated contested liability catastrophic personal injury case to Predict recently. The feedback we received from the multiple mock jury panels was extremely insightful and helped us to re-focus our liability strategy which led directly to a very successful resolution.

Thomas A. Masterson, Jr., Esquire, The Masterson Law Firm

We used Predict to get feedback on liability and damages issues in a catastrophic personal injury case. The entire process took less than three weeks and provided us with invaluable insight at a reasonable cost and helped us achieve a substantial eight-figure settlement for our clients. We intend to use it again.  

Roger D. Landon, Managing Partner, Murphy & Landon

I’ve found Predict to be an invaluable tool for both settlement and trial preparation if settlement can’t be achieved. It forces me to think concretely about trial presentation, and the feedback may be equal to a mock trial, which is far more time-consuming and expensive.

Harry S. Cohen, Esq., Harry S. Cohen & Associates, P.C.

We used Predict in a complex case requiring analysis of how a federal jury might view the affirmative claims of both sides where each side claimed millions of dollars in damages against the other. Predict provided a quick, economical, and insightful analysis of potential juror biases that would have taken far more time, effort and money to obtain from a traditional focus group. Predict’s insights strengthened our position and helped us obtain millions of dollars for our client. Given its cost-effectiveness and efficiency,  Predict would be useful in every case headed to trial.

Andrew P. Baratta, Esq., Baratta, Russell & Baratta

While preparing for a product liability case, we reached a point in which focus-group feedback was warranted, and Predict was an appealing, cost-efficient option. The approach and resulting report provided a fresh and sobering collection of perspectives, alerting me to necessary strategy adjustments. It was also instrumental in managing my client’s expectations. We were more than pleased with the tool. 

Daniel E. Rosner, Esq., Rosner & Tucker, P.C.

The Predict Process: 

  • Case overview development with emphasis on the key issues you want to measure
  • Validation of conceptual development using advanced psychometric techniques
  • Survey distribution to statistically-valid populations (Delphi groups)
  • Exploration and analysis of consistencies among the groups
  • Application of universal findings

Report image for landing pageTake a peek into how Predict works.

Download a free jury research report example.

To see an example report about a case involving an automobile accident*, complete with case narrative, survey questions and summary of results, fill out this short form.

*Example report is based upon an actual case; however, names, facts and results have been changed to protect the identity of the parties involved.

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Legal Technology Review Podcast

Listen to the episode of the Legal Technology Review that features Precise execs Sean Dennin and Peter Mansmann discussing Predict and other technology solutions from Precise.