Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado (2018 is our 35th year in business)

For 35 years Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado has been providing litigators insightful information about civil verdicts across the state. We help answer the quintessential question, “What’s my case worth? or “How did that Expert Witness testimony influence the case?”  JVRC saves you time and provides you the concise information you need to make the best decision for you, your firm and your client. Click the Research tab for information about our legal research service.
Local jury verdicts are the only true benchmark for professional case evaluation
In just a few minutes a week, you can keep on top of civil verdicts all over the state. By reviewing past cases with similar facts, injuries or circumstances you can plan more effective strategies, better advise your clients about whether to recommend or discourage settlements, line up the best expert witnesses, assess presiding judges’ demeanors, predict how juries in different districts will react to certain claims and determine who is trying cases with what results. You’ll find this valuable information fast in the Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado.
Statewide Coverage
Whether you practice in downtown
Denver or Cortez Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado keeps you aware of what’s going on all over the state. It provides regular coverage of verdicts from the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, district courts in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, BroomfieldDenver, DouglasEl PasoJefferson, Larimer, Mesa, Pueblo, Weld counties and other districts.
Summaries on every type of civil case
We examine everything from auto collisions and Riddell football helmet injuries to wrongful death claims. It’s all here in the JVRC. Issues may contain case summaries of verdicts about texting-while-driving, driving under the influence of marijuana, breach of contract, Colorado construction defect verdicts, discrimination in employment, Title VII  exemplary damages, Federal Employers Liability Act, legal or medical malpractice, premises liability slip-and-fall, real estate, unjust enrichment, violations of civil rights wrongful death and much, much more.
Impartial, complete reporting                                                                                                                                                                                           In an age where news sources report on hearsay and innuendo Jury Verdict Reporter of Colorado has built its reputation over the past 35 years on reporting the facts based on verified court documents and interviews with the attorneys of record before publishing any case. The results are unbiased accounts detailing the district court, case name, presiding judge, trial dates, attorneys of record, type of claim, alleged injuries or damages, final demands and offers before trial, expert witnesses and a short summary of the case. It provides the key facts and elements you need to assess a claim quickly and completely.