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Veritext Legal Solutions adds support for workers comp and insurance in new Smart Summary update

Veritext Legal Solutions, a provider of court reporting services and innovative litigation support solutions, is now offering Smart Summary, an AI-generated and editable draft summarization of the official proceeding transcripts, in new formats specific to workers’ compensation and insurance litigation.

According to the company, the AI-produced Smart Summary is delivered in a flexible Microsoft Word format allowing for easy modifications. With the latest offerings, there are now three different summary options based on specific litigation needs.

Formats include:

  • Standard – Prepared and delivered in a trial-style structure including columns with transcript page-line references, subject statements, and draft summarization of the testimony.
  • Workers’ Compensation – Set up in a general deponent/employee structure with categorized topics such as background, employment history, history of work-related injuries, instant injury, and health history.
  • Insurance – Prepared in a client status report structure that includes a full synopsis of testimony and prompts for attorney analysis.

“As an innovator in the legal technology space, we are excited to provide solutions that use the power of generative AI in the secure manner critical to legal teams. Smart Summary saves time for legal staff and helps them work more efficiently with access to a draft transcript summary that’s a great springboard for their case strategy,” said Mike Murray, director of technical and creative solutions at Veritext. “The new workers’ compensation and insurance formats are tailored to the unique summary needs of these specific types of litigation and the reports these teams often produce for their own clients.”

For more information about this news, visit www.veritext.com.

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