Legal research involves a number of different areas, including research into case law, statutes, legislative and public policies, settlements, jury verdicts, expert witness profiles, and more. At times, the amount of research a case requires is simply overwhelming. Outsourcing your legal research to a proven professional can allow you to focus on the more important parts of the case. If you are in need of legal research assistance, Kimberlee Gee Legal is licensed in Washington DC and Maryland and is here to help. With years of experience in the legal field, Attorney Gee can help you and your clients by taking on some of the more time-consuming aspects of your work, including legal research.
Types of Legal Research Services:
- Case Law research
- Statutory Research
- Jury Verdict and Settlement Research
- Judicial and Expert Witness Profiles
Case Law Research
Researching various cases to determine precedent is often the key part of a lawsuit, but it can also take a lot of time due to the large number of cases in the U.S. that stretch back decades. Determining which of these cases may be relevant to your current case is not always easy, nor is it always simple in determining which case is the current controlling precedent.
Statutory Law, Legislative, and Public Policy Research
Researching statutes, legislation, and public policy can also be time-consuming, especially when a case involves events that occurred over a period of years or across multiple jurisdictions. Understanding laws, especially laws that are in flux, is another vital component to a case that requires a significant amount of time.
Researching Jury Verdicts and Settlements
With over 15 years of experience in employment litigation, attorney Kimberlee Gee Legal can assist you in researching and understanding jury verdicts and out-of-court settlements. This includes researching expert witness testimony, judicial profiles, injury valuation, and more.
Knowing what information expert witnesses have provided courts in the past and how their testimony was received is often helpful in determining which witnesses to call. A keen profile of the judge in a case can also be quite helpful, especially when it comes to understanding how said judge has handled related cases.
Work with an Experienced Legal Researcher
If you have a case that requires a good amount of legal research, don’t put all of that work on your own shoulders. Kimberlee Gee Legal is here to handle any legal research you may need in order to fully understand your case, legal precedents, and the various laws and policies that relate to it. Contact us today at 1-800-366-0573, via our online form or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your legal research needs and how we can help.
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