Become an Online Juror – Online Verdict Review


What is OnlineVerdict.com?

OnlineVerdict.com provides online case review and juror feedback services that allows attorneys to discover the strengths and weaknesses of their case. The case information is summarized and presented to qualified jurors in the venue where the case was filed. The feedback retrieved from the online juror is then used by the attorneys to gain general attitudes and points of views about their case facts. This information during this process allows attorneys and legal professionals to make better decisions about settling their legal disputes.

How do I become a qualified online juror?

In order to participate, you must be a U.S. Citizen and over the age of 18 years old. Unfortunately, this opportunity has not been extended to Canada mainly due to the attorney’s geographical locations.
What you can expect as an online juror

As an online juror, you can expect to review cases that are filed in your county or federal district. You will be invited to participate via email. Once you accept the invite, you will be directed to OnlineVerdict.com and asked to agree to a confidentiality policy. You may then review the case materials and answer all the questions related to the case.

How long does it take to answer the questions and review the case?

It normally takes 20 minutes to an hour for the entire process. The approximate time commitment for each review will be included in your email invite.

Are there right or wrong answers?

No, your answers are completely opinion based. They are looking for your honest feedback.

Are there fees to get started?
There are no fees associate with becoming an online juror with OnlineVerdict.com.

How much money can I make?

You can make $20 to $60 per case reviewed.

Will I be an employee of OnlineVerdict.com?

No, you will be considered an independent contractor.

How many cases can I expect to receive?
Unfortunately, this can not be determined. It is primarily based on demographics and your profile information. It may also depend on the number of available cases in your area. When you are contacted via email, respond as soon as possible because once they have enough online jurors to review the case they will not accept anymore.

How often will I be paid?

Checks are mailed 1-2 weeks after you complete your case review.

Is OnlineVerdict.com legit?

OnlineVerdict.com was developed by real people in order to assist attorneys with case feedback from regular people like me and you. They use us to give them insight, personal reviews and opinions on facts in their cases that they originally would not have seen. Our feedback allows them to make a more rounded decision rather than a bias conclusion gather from their own personal beliefs. You can visit their about us page to gain more information about their developers.

Are there long term commitment?

No, there is not a contract involved. You can accept or reject as many cases as you like.

I still have more questions…

Visit their FAQs page.

I’m ready to sign up

You can sign up at https://onlineverdict.com/jurorssignup.php

Just another great way to work from home…

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