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FactBox is legal case management software aimed at litigators in fact-intensive practices like personal injury and medical malpractice. It helps users easily capture facts, make new connections between facts and issues, and easily generate reports and memos.
FactBox is a cloud-based application that runs in your browser, so you can use it whether your practice is Windows or Mac-based. It is specifically designed to organize your thoughts and sources when you have a lot of facts to juggle.
When you open a case in FactBox, it allows you to immediately start inputting your key facts. To take notes (or add facts) in FactBox is virtually the same number of clicks as copying into a Word document or Notepad. You can start cutting and pasting new information into the case, but the software also lets you upload documents and link to information on the internet. It is a great way to quickly jumpstart your organization of your case and efficiently capture all your facts.
As you add facts, you can start adding tags and issues. Doing so helps you start seeing new patterns and relationships in your data. You can sort and filter your facts and sources any way you would like so you are able to quickly drill down and see key information.
When you start getting ready for trial, you can export your facts in a table or memo format so that you have everything at your fingertips. With one click, FactBox generates a Word document that is both polished and organized, no matter how much material you have to manage.
How to Get It
FactBox costs $45 per month per user, but if you pay for a year at a time, your cost drops to $38 per month. That includes integrations with external cloud storage like Box and Dropbox, unlimited data storage, unlimited cases, and live support from FactBox.
If you refer colleagues to FactBox and they sign up, you get a month free. FactBox’s blog provides information about changes to the program, helpful tips on how to use FactBox, and interesting articles on the future of legal software.