Our Video and Media Services Department can provide
complete trial presentation services utilizing TrialDirector® or
We can provide an alternative to lugging blow-ups
of your documentary evidence to court. Your exhibits can be projected
electronically on a large screen for the jury, judge, or arbitration
Documents can be presented in numerous ways, including enlarging
portions, highlighting, redacting, annotating with text, arrows, underscoring, etc. Overlays can be “built” ahead of time or
“on the fly” in the courtroom by your witnesses, saved, and then printed
X-rays, photographs, and videotapes can also
be projected on a large screen.
Videotapes can be digitized and synchronized
with the deposition testimony, then played for the purposes of
impeachment, or showing prior inconsistent statements.
Show the jury how an injury or medical malpractice
procedure changed your client’s life with a Day-in-the-Life video. Our
videographer will accompany you to the home or hospital room of the
plaintiff to shoot a series of videos clips that can later be edited into
a video showing how the life of the injured person has changed since the
Let us produce a multimedia settlement brochure for
your personal injury, medical malpractice case, products liability, or
class-action case. Show the insurance carriers the extent of injury,
disfigurement, rehabilitation period, changes in daily living, loss of
future income evidence, and other relevant evidence in a multimedia
Video footage of rehab, current hardships,
documentary evidence, and even pre-existing photos and videos can be
carefully crafted to “tell the story.” We can even hire professional
voice talent to present your case in the most convincing manner.
360-Degree Panoramic Photography
We offer an exciting new service made possible by
“stitching” multiple high-resolution digital photographs together in a
professional editing program. This results in a 360-degree panoramic
photograph that can be played on your computer so that you can take a
tour, so to speak, of a physical location such as an
intersection, a railroad crossing, a construction site, etc. You have the
ability to “look” 360 degrees and even zoom in and out to analyze various
This could be used to show a jury, judge, or
arbitration panel in lieu of taking a time-consuming trip to the site. Be
sure to call us early in your case so we can photograph your evidence
before it changes.
Still and Video Site Surveys
What site is
important to your case? A construction site, a swimming pool, an
intersection, a railroad crossing, a warehouse, a parking garage, an
escalator, a sidewalk? Whatever it is, you will need visual evidence
produced by a professional.
Don’t leave this important task to your client or
your office staff.
For further information on any of the above services,
Tom Rees or call him at 614.444.1000 or
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