The one thing that we have learned is that the “key” to the lock of the law is not only honesty and integrity, it is credibility. The ability to explain “computer-easy” to the layman, counsel and the jurist is key to having an expert testify, but this is useless without the element of credibility. Although we live in a computer age, members of a jury or jurists them self, may not be familiar with these tools and we act as an interface between the technical and the real world.
As Trial Consultants, we examine the data that has been acquired and make recommendations as to other areas that may be supportive to the litigant, but have not been exercised. Our services includes looking at trial strategy, but we believe the “devil is in the details.” Before the litigation process ensues, the ability to give good advice to a client is imperative. Clients, who have been wronged, seek legal advice. We do not provide legal advice, but merely substantiate the facts and help manage expectations based upon the evidence.