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Westlaw Case Evaluator

Evaluate potential cases, review court documents, investigate experts and analyze verdict and settlement trends

With one report from Westlaw Case Evaluator, you can analyze cases, review court documents, investigate experts, and more. It's a dynamically generated report builder that pulls together trends in jury verdicts, excerpts from verdicts and relevant court documents, and medical and expert information based on specific types of cases.

Use Case Evaluator at every stage of the litigation process:

  • Evaluate potential cases
  • Devise negotiation and settlement strategies
  • Analyze verdict trends in various jurisdictions
  • Find experts who have testified in specific types of cases
  • Secure medical information about personal injuries
  • Download medical illustrations for use in deposition and trial
  • Research court memoranda, briefs, and caselaw

Select your criteria and Case Evaluator
does the rest

Select case type, injury, jurisdiction, company, industry, and/or award amount, and Westlaw Case Evaluator compiles matching information from a rich set of Westlaw resources. Then it delivers everything in an easy-to-read report.

Choose a full report or zero in with specific criteria:

  • Verdict and settlement trends
  • Summaries and court documents, including jury verdicts, trial court memoranda, appellate briefs and petitions, and decisions
  • Medical and expert materials, including medical resources, illustrations, and analysis of experts
View a sample report

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Find and learn from cases similar to your own with everything from motions and pleadings to jury instruction filings to exhibits.

Sample report

Sample report
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