Juries need to take the role of the protector of our clients. This begins with anchoring the jury to our role as the hero. According to current learning and educational research, evidence must be presented in a manner that triggers the process of Learning, Retaining, and Transferring information. The definition of learning and retaining information is straight forward, while transferring the information refers to a Gestalt psychological process where the juror transfers the client’s story and evidence to himself / herself. The transferred information is used to validate or refute existing biases and can therefore be used as motivation for taking action, such as in delivering a high verdict.
Trial lawyers choose Lītigāre because they know the success of such techniques in opening statements, closing arguments, and evidence presentation. Our success rate is in the 90+% range and exemplifies how these techniques assist in creating the psychological trial, which increases wins and recoveries.