Expert Witness, Litigator, and Insurer Technology Innovation by Design
Expert Witness, Litigator, and Insurer Technology Innovation by Design
A brand new Expert Briefcase Newsletter, and brand new Litigation Briefcase Newsletter will debut bi-weekly beginning January 20, 2021 after some significant design and marketing updates to reflect our focus for 2021.
Our brand new Litigation Briefcase newsletter will also debut on January 31, 2021. The Litigation Briefcase newsletter will be released on January 30, 2021 on our website and on LinkedIn.
As we dive further into January 2021 we will continue to provide our very successful Experts Court Referral Program. This program will be extended to cover the scope of Investigation Analytics Group.
When you refer an approved new expert, consulting group, litigator, or insurer, member to ExpertAnalytics Group, Inc. for any of our services you will receive a $75.00 USD royalty as a special thank you for helping to keep the innovation alive!
Experts Court Infinity will now live launch Summer , 2021. It is the much anticipated, unprecedented, space age version of the existing Experts Court mobile app.
Endless amount of expert, legal, insurance, scientific research, design, technology development, and testing will comprise Experts Court Infinity. Experts Court Infinity launch has taken longer than anticipated; but the excellence will definitely be worth the wait!
As of May 15, 2020 we have officially proven our innovative concept which was designed and developed to ensure equal opportunity for all experts no matter how niche their specialization. Experts Court ensures that every expert will have the opportunity to connect and interact with law firms. as well as, have proactive access and choices when striving to grow their expert witness consulting business, or practice.
Our goal for 2021 is to keep proving that concept by bringing on more law firms and experts and providing them will live support to ensure they are making connections, getting opportunities, and using the app in the best way possible.
We are excited to announce that in January 20, 2021 we will officially launch our brand new Investigation Analytics consulting services. If you are an expert whose specialization is scientific, technical, medical, or forensic related please read below and in our Investigation Analytics FAQ to find out if becoming a Select Expert of Investigation Analytics Group is something that interests you and that you may potentially meet the prequalification to become a Select Expert.
Investigation Analytics moves litigation investigations powered by science, technology, and analytics into the spotlight beyond empirical data analytics and traditional expert consulting.
Our brand new litigation, expert, scientific, medical, engineering, financial, and technical libraries will be launched on February 15, 2021. We are presently compiling published books, articles, and resources to be added to the library from our expert and legal members to help build the best and most comprehensive professional online library available.
For more information about our new online professional libraries and how you, or your firm can get involved please contact us via the contact form below.
We look forward to hearing from you and including your publications in our library.
Investigation Analytics ™ provides a modern paradigm for more effective and progressive resolution of litigation involving the use of experts by implementing our brand new holistic package of innovations that combines legal needs, secure modern technology, and accurate, evidence-based analytics.
Investigation Analytics ™ was formulated by a diverse scientific, technical and executive team. Our amazing scientific team has decades of experience leading scientific and licensed engineering firms with hundreds of scientists and engineers who have conducted thousands of litigation related technical investigations.
Investigation Analytics ™ provides a reliable and strategic approach to litigation enabling law firms, attorneys, and insurance companies, to resolve cases early. This is accomplished by the case specific support, resources, training, and technology that Investigation Analytics ™ provides, resulting in the increased value and credibility of each experts' technical findings when conducting expert investigations.
The types of cases that benefit the most from Investigation Analytics ™ are cases which are deemed to be high stakes, and high loss risk cases that have a high probability of being won, or lost based on the work and testimony of scientific, engineering, technical, forensic, or medical expert.
High stakes and higher loss risk cases benefit the most when there is a strong desire to achieve early resolution through mediation, or other means, and that involve several possible and/or multidisciplinary scientific, forensic, engineering, or technical issues.
Cases where the exact scientific, engineering, or technical discipline needed is unclear, or where there is a need for two or more experts in different disciplines when extensive scientific or engineering testing is thought to be needed. These types of cases are synonymous, expensive, and time consuming.
Cases that may need compelling testimony on scientific, engineering, or technical issues that are not readily understood by an untrained audience.
The comprehensive answer to the question, "Why do law firms need Gatekeepers?" includes both why they need them and when.
Gatekeepers are both capable of taking a broad view of a failure, or accident while being highly knowledgeable and skilled to apply the requisite domain knowledge. They have highly advanced experience with searching for, and identifying relevant scientific, technical, engineering, and medical studies. This skill set in itself provides an invaluable depth that is priceless to law firms, attorneys, and insurers.
Gatekeepers find both the sources of data, and have the ability to recognize that the existence and relevance of most available data was not developed simply for establishing the cause and origin of failures and accidents, or for the circumstances under investigation. This is why it is so important that Gatekeepers have solid training and experience that underlies many scientific, engineering, forensic, medical and technical disciplines.
Gatekeepers work from a much larger base of information, much of it initially appearing to be irrelevant, or unusable. They have the necessary skills and experience to use advanced statistics and artificial intelligence to analyze (or mine) this data in order to extract the insight it holds for the specific situation under investigation. By combining this data with well-established, fundamental scientific and engineering principles Gatekeepers have the ability to adapt and use this data in applicable models relevant to the situation under investigation and to fill in gaps in the data that exists.
The first challenge that Investigation Analytics ™ addresses is the challenge of finding the right expert(s
Investigation Analytics ™ offers two base relevant innovations to help litigators use the Investigation Analytics ™ Gatekeeper Model. We have assembled a select group of experts across the globe who are qualified to be Gatekeepers. Experts in this group are far more diverse than the experts found in the typical scientific, engineering, forensic, technical, and medical expert firms, even the larger ones.
Many of our Gatekeeper experts own successful and credible businesses, expert witness consulting firms, clinics, law firms, educational institutions, or operate as executives and employees for government institutions, organizations, and other entities. This represents a collection of Gatekeepers that litigators need that cannot be found elsewhere across the globe. Litigators involved in complex, high risk exposure cases can find a consulting expert to help them identify their key issues, select additional experts, and oversee the quality of the work required.
The second innovation Investigation Analytics ™ provides Gatekeeper experts, litigators, corporate counsel, and insurers is the ability to make efficient and progressive connections in real time with other domain experts, no matter how niche their specialization is. Investigation Analytics provides ready access to the technical resources that are needed in a framework that supports information gathering without compromising attorney-client privilege and protection of intellectual property and proprietary information.
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