Streamlining Mass Tort Cases: Solving the Data Problem for Plaintiffs’ Firms

In mass tort cases, the process of collecting data during client intake can be challenging for plaintiffs’ firms. With hundreds or thousands of clients and a pool of prospective clients coming from different channels and using various intake formats, ensuring the accuracy and completeness of the data becomes a complex task. Oftentimes, prospective clients may submit data in different formats or provide insufficient, incomplete, or irrelevant supporting documentation. To address this data problem, plaintiffs’ firms can benefit from implementing a structured, standardized, and streamlined approach to collecting client data. This will enable them to obtain … Read more