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Analysis of FCHR Case Outcomes | By Type

Totals
type bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
eee133922781,538162694911123903,715
hou78362661912219102633
oth26216910274
pub13413501751834226
Percents
type bankruptcy dismissed implicitly settled lost released relinquished settled unknown victory withdrawn Total
eee0%11%7%41%0%1%26%0%3%10%100%
hou0%12%6%42%0%1%19%0%3%16%100%
oth0%35%0%28%0%8%12%0%14%3%100%
pub0%15%6%22%0%0%33%0%8%15%100%

Fact #1: 22% of public accommodations cases result in a loss.

This is the lowest rate across the different case types.
Plus, it's much lower than the average (40%).

Fact #2: 8% of public accommodations cases result in an explicit settlement.

This is the highest rate across the different case types.
Plus, it's significantly higher than the global average (3%).

Takeaway #1: cases of public accommodations fare much better than other types of cases. Compared to non-pub cases:

• they're victorious much more often (8% vs 3%);

• they settle more frequently (33% vs 24%); and

• they're far less likely to suffer losses (22% vs 41%);

Takeaway #2: Outcome rates vary significantly across the different case types.

The differences in percentage points are very noticeable (as seen by the shapes of the graphs).

TBD contends that the differences are largely due to the differences in ramifications across the case types (ie, damages for public accommodations discrimination are significantly lower than other discrimination case types).

Additional: These numbers can be further analyzed by:

(a) charge (eg, age, col, etc.);
(b) determination impact; (ie, 'cause' vs 'no cause')
(c) year;
(d) retaliation impact (ie, 'with' vs 'without' [retaliation]); and
(e) the plaintiff's demographics (eg, age, dis, etc.).

...POINTS & THINGS...

Congratulations! You're now booked up on how FCHR Case Outcomes are distributed across different case types (ie, employment discrimination vs housing discrimination, etc.)!

Keep this in mind while you litigate your civil rights case in Florida. Also, keep in mind the FCHR's statutory ability to accept bribes.

Plus - at all times - keep the 7th Amendment of the US Constitution (your right to a trial-by-jury) in mind.

As always, please get the justice you deserve.

Sincerely,



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