Our expertise runs across multiple practice areas which allows us to conduct surveys to meet your litigation needs.
At times, a mixed mode approach is what is needed to maximize the amount of information collected in a survey. The appropriate mode of data collection depends on the population, lists available of population members, the complexity of the information being requested, and the sensitivity of the items.
We are very cognizant of proper data collection methods, such as assessing proper sample selection or survey development. This enables subsequent data analysis that is scientifically sound to be presented in court, meeting all requirements.
A form for recording information gleaned from a file wouldn't seem like it could introduce bias, but there's still the human element in how a person using the form interprets the items to be completed. When dealing with respondents, interpretation and understanding can impact responses to a survey.