Online Verdict Review
Online Verdict provides online case review and juror feedback services to lawyers and legal professionals. These clients summarize and present their case information to qualified online jurors in a mock trial environment. The lawyers or legal professionals then receive feedback from jurors which assists them in identifying key strengths and weaknesses in the case, possible settlement value as well as general public attitudes and opinions with regard to the case. Online Verdict allows lawyers and legal professionals to make better decisions when settling their legal disputes.
Getting started as an Online Verdict juror is a cinch. If you’re a U.S. citizen and you’re over the age of 18, you’re qualified to apply!
In order to join, you’ll need to provide your contact information and address so that Online Verdict is able to send you all your earnings. You’ll also need to complete you demographic information, including: age, gender, ethnicity, relationship status, income, education and political stance. The company asks for this information only so that they can ensure that juries are diverse and representative of the relevant population. Online Verdict values your privacy and assures that any information you supply is strictly confidential.
Don’t worry – you won’t have to sign any intimidating contracts. At Online Verdict, there is no long-term commitment required. You can work as much or as little and as often or as seldom as you wish!
At Online Verdict, you’re in control of the amount of work you do and the amount of money you earn. You have the option to pick and choose which cases you want to review.
Keep in mind, however, that there won’t always be a large selection of available cases and this is more of a supplemental income opportunity than a fulltime one. The amount of cases for you to review will depend on the number of lawyers in your area that are using the Online Verdict service. However, Online Verdict is growing everyday so remember to check your email often!
As Online Verdict’s newest juror, you will be asked to review interesting, real-life legal cases from the comfort of your home, provide feedback through an online questionnaire and be paid well for your time. Here’s how it works:
Lawyers and other legal professionals submit their case information and questions on the Online Verdict website. All eligible jurors will be notified via email that a new case has been posted and that they are invited to review the case. Once enough responses are received, the case will be closed, so it’s always best to act sooner rather than later.