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19
Jul

Determining Appropriateness of a Case for Video

Not every case is suitable for a settlement documentary, and some care must be taken in thinking through the basic criteria. The best documentaries we have produced have been those with thoughtful and credible witnesses, and with injuries- whether physical, emotional, or cognitive- that are significant. A case involving death or significant injuries usually involves aspects that lends itself well

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13
Jul

Demonstrating Non-Economic Damages

At risk of sounding simplistic, every case has two components: liability and damages. The damages are economic and non-economic. The economic damages are a relative cake walk. Save the receipts and add’em up. But how does one prove non-economic damages? These are the facets of the case defined by the amount of damage to the plaintiff’s human condition. How has

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28
Jun

2016 FJA Annual Convention & Expo

    Last week, Image Resources had the pleasure of video recording the FJA’s Annual CLEs along with attending as an Eagle Benefactor exhibitor. The convention and expo began June 22nd and concluded on June 25th. This year’s festivities took place at The Breakers Palm Beach overlooking the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Last week included the best CLEs, networking opportunities and FJA

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14
Jun

Why Professional Scar Photography?

Although cell phones and tablets are great for capturing family functions, vacations, and concerts; they are not ideal for capturing your client’s scars. In order to give your plaintiff’s scars the attention they deserve, every detail should be captured. It is important to have the right professionals to adequately document the injuries at hand. Why Image Resources? Dave Fulton (President and CEO)

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1
Jun

Structuring the Settlement Documentary: The “Onion Theory”

A knock-down-drag-out settlement documentary is multifaceted, and consists of layer upon layer of information, much like the layers of an onion. As you scratch one surface, another reveals itself. Let’s start with a basic Day-In-The-Life video. We see the plaintiff’s struggles and the help he requires day-in and day-out. These include dressing, wheelchair transfers, grooming, meals, transportation, therapies, and so

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25
May

5 Common Myths About Video Settlement Documentaries

Settlement documentaries can be incredibly effective at showcasing your plaintiff’s case. Some attorneys are hesitant to invest in case settlement documentaries based of various myths they believe to be true.   Myth 1: “No one Believes those Documentaries.” Fact: Virtually every element of an Image Resources’ documentary is based on court admissible materials: the reports, photographs, videos, etc. The adjuster will see the

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17
May

Day-In-The-Life-Video vs. Settlement Documentaries

Often times the terms “day-in-the-life” and “settlement documentary” are used interchangeably. Though both types of legal video are related, they should be viewed differently from one another. Day-in-the-life video is used to illustrate the everyday struggles the plaintiff endures. Whether that be in the hospital, at therapy, or at home, we capture what it is like to live with the

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10
May

ITLA 28th Annual Lifetime Achievements

  Indiana Trial Lawyers Association hosted the 28th annual Lifetime Achievements this past week at the Indiana Convention Center. Jam packed with CLE sessions from over 40 ITLA members covering an array of topics from brain injury in the NFL to dram shop law and everything in between. On Thursday, May 5th, a luncheon was held to honor legend John

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26
Apr

New to the Game

Nowadays most webpages include a blog of some sort.  Image Resources’ is excited to finally be taking the leap into the vast world of blogging. From here on out prepare to be educated on all things dealing with legal video. Dave Fulton founded this company in 1994 and since has learned a tremendous amount of knowledge about how video can

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