Case Type Price Plot
See how much your different case types are earning
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Written by John Margaglione
Updated over a week ago

How many times have clients asked you "how much will this cost"? Unless you offer very specific flat fees, you likely answer in one of two ways:

  1. "It Depends", followed by all of the different factors that go into your representation.

  2. "Somewhere between X and Y dollars", where X is the least you have done for that type of case, and Y is the most.

Outlaw Practice tracks the total cost of all of your cases, and can easily show you a distribution of the cases you have worked on, including active, closed, withdrawn, pending and on hold cases.

Here is an example:

It is clear that this service has a very wide range, and the data is mostly for open cases, so it will be very difficult to give an average cost. However, you can infer that most cases will be around $25000, and can go much higher from there.

These graphs can also help you determine if a service could be turned into a flat fee. For example, this plot shows a very strong grouping around the $1000 - $2000 mark. A flat fee of $1200 would be a great flat fee for a case like this.

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