The software itself is easy to use, and our short User’s Manual explains how to create your lists of reasons and use the probability wheel, input damage and fault assessments, generate all the quantitative results, and tailor the printed appearance of your trees and graphs.

However, in order to get the most out of the Models, you should also be familiar with the basic principles of Litigation Risk Analysis.  If not, you won't be able to explain your results to your clients, and you won't have the confidence to act on them.

There are two ways to learn these basics:

1. Inhouse Presentations

Our one-day seminar presented by Marc B. Victor, Esq. will equip claims managers and counsel to quickly perform good risk analyses on the types of claims they see frequently — and to begin doing so the very next day. The seminar will accomplish this by:

This course is presented on a "private" basis for inhouse claims and legal staffs, as well as for a company's outside counsel.

2. Written Tutorial

We have prepared a brief written tutorial which discusses two of the most important Litigation Risk Analysis concepts:

Better assessments will lead to better analyses.  And a better understanding of the logic behind the results will lead to better communication with your clients.

For more details and pricing on any of the above options, please contact us as shown below.


Litigation Risk Analysis, Inc.
P. O. Box 1085   Kenwood, CA  95452
phone: (707) 833-1093    fax: (707) 833-0084

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