Legal Analytics for Torts Litigation
Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics for Torts Litigation enables attorneys and companies to make data-driven decisions about federal torts case strategy and tactics. Now you can use quantified insights into the behavior of district court judges, opposing parties, and opposing counsel to gain competitive advantage in torts litigation.
Lex Machina’s Torts data lets you analyze federal torts case timing, resolutions, damages, remedies, and findings. The Torts practice area includes cases in which a party seeks compensation for loss or harm caused by personal injury or reputational harm to an individual. This harm may be caused by intentional or unintentional torts.
Lex Machina helps you answer questions such as:
- Have punitive damages been awarded in a medical malpractice suit in this court? If so, how much was awarded?
- Which law firms have the most experience representing plaintiffs in cases filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act?
- What are the top defendant parties in premises liability cases? Did those defendants take a case to trial?
- Has my judge ever found No Causation in a negligence case at summary judgment?
- Who are the top ten expert witnesses in torts cases in the Central District of Illinois? In which cases were they admitted or excluded?
Federal Tort Claims Act, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle, Premises Liability, Mass Tort: World Trade Center, Mass Tort: Deepwater Horizon, Mass Tort: Doe Run Resources
Pain and Suffering, Medical Expenses, Lost Wages, Loss of Consortium, Survivor Expenses, Loss of Support, General Compensatory Damages, Punitive Damages
Negligence-Related Findings: Negligence, No Negligence: Duty, No Negligence: Breach, No Negligence: Causation, No Negligence: Harm, No Negligence: Expert Required, No Negligence: Unspecified, No Vicarious Liability
Violation Findings: Lack of Informed Consent, Loss of Consortium, Strict Liability, Wanton/Reckless Conduct, Wrongful Death/Survival Action
Intentional Tort Findings: Assault/Battery, Infliction of Emotional Distress, Defamation, False Imprisonment, Privacy/False Light Violation, Willfulness
Defense Findings: Assumption of Risk Defense, Contributory/Comparative Negligence Defense, Open and Obvious Danger Defense, Time-Barred Defense, Waiver Defense
Granted and Denied Permanent Injunction, Preliminary Injunction, and Temporary Restraining Order