| May 14, 2007
Their use is increasing to introduce some predictability in jury cases.
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High low agreements have been around for years, in all cases. It’s not a new phenomenon.
And juries aren’t that unpredictable. The insurers base their offers on their own studies of where juries range in similar cases. That’s why similar offers are made in cases with similar injuries.
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