Themis Mock Trial Quantifies Relevance of Fraud Sniffr Evidence

Insurance defense constantly seeks information that will resonate with a jury. Much of what is presented at trial makes perfect sense to claims and legal professionals, but goes RIGHT over the head of a lay juror that does not have a background in medicine or legal principles.

The slide attached below proves that Fraudsniffr provides information that resonates with juries right away.

Let me explain: The photo attached to this entry is of a Mock trial that utilized Magna Legal Services’ assessment tool that quantifiablly shows what a jury is thinking about evidence and arguments.

The beauty of it lies in its simplicity. Each juror is given a “clicker” with instructions to click a button indicating if the think the new information is relevant, neutral, or irrelevant every time new evidence is presented or a new argument regarding damages or liability is offered. The software records the inputs from the jury every 10 seconds and the results are presented on a monitor for the rest of the legal team to see how the presenting atty is resonating with the jury and if the presented arguments are making a difference.

The photo shows the jury results immediately after evidence from Fraud Sniffr was presented. 7 out of 8 jurors immediately deemed the Fraud Sniffr evidence as relevant to the issue being tried.

When preparing for trial the temptation is to bury the jury facts from forensic engineers, surgeons, accident re-constructionists, etc. What this mock trial shows is that the cheapest form of information (i.e. a picture or video) is often the most effective when stating your case.

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