Multiple regression analysis, a statistical tool often used in litigation as evidence in employment-discrimination suits, can also be useful in product liability matters to show probable causation and also to show the probable range of economic damages.

Basically, regression analysis statistically compares the relationship between two or more independent, or explanatory, variables and one dependent variable. The dependent variable is the variable the model is attempting to explain.

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