There are many tangible factors that can significantly impact litigation but which, unfortunately, cannot be brought into a courtroom. These include highways and intersections, operating rooms and pharmacies, dangerous workplaces and poorly maintained premises.
The solution for illustrating an accident or other scenario in a court proceeding or preliminary meetings is to use videography.
Some examples of where videography performs a vital function in litigation:
- Showing the traffic flow in an intersection where an accident occurred – at the time of day that it happened.
- Demonstrating how a mechanic checks a car’s brakes to determine if there was a product failure.
- A video review of a poorly maintained building, stairwell, or sidewalk that created a public hazard.
In each case, video can capture a hazard before a post-accident alteration is made – for example, when a building at the heart of the case is demolished before the trial begins.
Jensen Reporting provides videography services to clients who are concerned about bringing these factors into a trial. Our videographers and editors are professionals who work in legal video, with a clear understanding of what attorneys need to communicate effectively in court.