It’s not possible to videotape everywhere. Animation, however, can take jurors just about anywhere.
Visual imagery is known – by way of scientific research – to improve both comprehension and memory with all humans. In a trial scenario, non-expert jurors need as much assistance in comprehending complex scenarios as possible, which often is facilitated with animation.
Here are some of the questions animation can accomplish:
- In the case of a vehicle accident, at what point did the brakes fail?
- How did the speed of the vehicle factor into accident?
- How did the accident cause bodily injury or death?
- In a medical malpractice injury, where were surgical instruments improperly used?
- What were the biological implications of improper anesthesia?
- How did medical care providers fail to provide proper and necessary attention to a patient?
Modern technologies that enable 3-D animation have made this all the more effective. Whether it is a complex medical procedure, an accident scene or any other scenario subject to litigation, animation – produced at the same level of major motion pictures – can help you make your case.
Contact a Jensen Litigations Solution consultant who can discuss how, why, and at what cost an animated presentation can help you win your case in court.