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FACT FINDER FORENSICS INC.

The Litigation Plan

Our subscription package is tailored for law firms and legal departments seeking a dedicated solution to enhance their case preparation. By providing comprehensive litigation planning, we aim to streamline processes, optimize resources, and elevate overall outcomes.

Why a Litigation Plan?

A litigation plan surpasses a mere budget, offering a holistic strategy for effective legal case management. It covers defined objectives, methods for achievement, and a well-structured timeline, ensuring an organized and efficient process. While cost considerations are vital, a litigation plan addresses both strategic elements and cost-benefit analysis, aligning with clients' objectives.

Subscription Benefits

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​Subscription includes:

  1. Comprehensive Case Analysis: This includes a thorough analysis of the facts and legal issues in the case. It includes identifying client's goals and objectives, potential evidence, and the strengths and weaknesses of the case.

  2. Legal Research: This involves researching relevant laws, regulations, and previous court decisions that might affect the case’s outcome.

  3. Strategy Development: Development of a robust litigation strategy tailored to each case's unique circumstances. This includes identifying Clients Goals and Objectives, Key Arguments, Potential Counterarguments, Discovery Plan, Motion Practice, Risk Management, Negotiation and Settlement, Trial Strategy, Appeal, Use of Expert Consultants or Witnesses, and Communication Strategy.

  4. Preparing the Budget: This involves estimating the costs associated with each task in the litigation plan, including attorney fees, court costs, expert witness fees, etc. 

  5. Review and Revision: This involves reviewing the drafted plan and budget, making necessary revisions, and finalizing the document. 

  6. Client Meeting & Approval: This involves presenting the plan and budget to the client, discussing any concerns or changes, and getting approval.

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Subscription Packages

The Litigation Plan is more than a service; it's an investment in precision, strengthening your legal cases from every angle. Subscribe now and experience the difference in your legal strategy and outcomes.

Basic

$500/month

Ideal for small businesses or individuals who require occasional litigation plan preparation and budgeting services.

  • Includes up to 5 hours of forensic accounting services per month.

  • Basic litigation plan preparation.

  • Litigation budget reports upon request but no more than one a month.

Standard

$1000/month

Designed for medium-sized businesses or individuals who require regular litigation plan preparation and budgeting services.

  • Includes up to 10 hours of forensic accounting services per month.

  • Advanced litigation plan preparation.

  • Weekly litigation budget reports.

  • Priority customer support.

Premium

$2000/month

Perfect for large businesses or individuals who require comprehensive litigation plan preparation and budgeting services.

  • Includes 25 hours of forensic accounting services per month.

  • All litigation plan preparation

  • Daily litigation budget reports

  • Priority customer support

  • Dedicated account manager

Ultimate

$3000/month

Perfect for large businesses or individuals who require comprehensive litigation plan preparation and budgeting services.

  • Everything in the premium Plan plus

  • Review and Revision: Regular review and necessary revision of the drafted plan and budget.

  • Client Meeting & Approval: Presentation of the plan and budget to the client, discussion of any concerns

What our Clients Say About Us:

"Fact Finder proves to be an invaluable asset for attorneys. As a legal representative who regularly handles Department of Labor audits, I have come to rely on the expertise of Fact Finder Professionals. Their knowledge of the law is extensive, and they have established relationships with the Department of Labor. Whether they conduct their own audits or review the DOL's findings, Fact Finder has consistently saved my clients substantial sums of money. I highly recommend Fact Finder for any similar audit situations."

Christina Reger, Esq

The Reasons Why Outsourcing Case Management Planning Makes Sense

Cost Efficiency

Outsourcing can often be more cost-effective than maintaining an in-house team for case strategy planning. It can reduce costs related to hiring, training, and providing benefits to employees.

Scalability

Outsourcing allows law firms to easily scale up or down their case strategy planning efforts based on their current workload. This can be particularly useful for firms that handle a variable number of cases.

Access to Expertise

Outsourcing firms often have a team of experts with specialized knowledge and experience in case strategy planning. This can provide a law firm with insights and strategies that they may not have been able to develop in-house.

Risk Management

Outsourcing can help law firms manage risks by ensuring that their case strategy planning is being handled by experts. This can reduce the chances of mistakes or oversights that could potentially lead to negative outcomes for their cases.

Increased Focus on Core Activities

By outsourcing case strategy planning, law firms can focus more on their core activities such as client representation, legal advisory, and court appearances. This can improve their efficiency and effectiveness in these areas.

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