Litigators represent a small percentage of the law profession. Good litigators fit into a very unique category. The one common denominator among that small percentage of good litigators is their ability to thoroughly prepare. Faced with statutory complexity and the ever changing shape of decisional law, litigators find that their allotted time for case preparation is limited. Enter the investigator.
Majeski Associates Inc., can provide the necessary support to any litigation. Our experienced investigators, supported by our extensive investigative resources and personnel, are proficient in uncovering even the most illusive evidentiary and factual aspects of a particular case.
Successful and well-fought litigations are usually the result of a team effort building a structurally sound case. The investigator is the mortar between the bricks. You can pile the bricks into a structure but beware of ill-fated winds. Many a case has been lost because of a missing or underdeveloped witness or an interview that was overlooked or hastily conducted. The difference between winning and losing is often a small margin, but statistically investigators are usually on the winning team.
- A litigator's time is valuable and limited. We develop time lines and focus on the consequential and necessary details of the case.
- Evidence Analysis
- We can produce an analytical assessment of the evidence and how it can best be used. Moreover, we identify how the opposition's case facts can best be refuted.
- Witness Location
- All potential witnesses will be identified and located.
- Case Strategy
- Case strategy will be developed and contoured based on prior experience.
- The opposition's strategy is evaluated and contrasting tactics will be formulated.
- Re-enactment of factual patterns will be processed and evaluated.
- Investigating Allegations
- Conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the alleged facts.
- Interview all principal parties relating to alleged facts.
- Developing Supporting Testimony
- Develop all potential witnesses.
- Establish reliable and irrefutable evidence to support the case.
- Neutralizing Opposing Arguments
- Establish reliable and irrefutable or contrary evidence to negate opposing arguments.
- Jury Selection
- Identify and evaluate the personality classification of potential jurors.
- Assist in formulating questions to identify potentially unfriendly jurors.
- Understand and assess the potential jurors' body language.