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25
Jan

Annotating Exhibits in Zoom

ANNOTATING EXHIBITS IN ZOOM Almost overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced counsel to pivot to remote depositions to keep cases moving. Most attorneys have adapted and adopted this technology fairly quickly. Handling exhibits is pretty straightforward but what about annotation? Before the pandemic, everyone gathered together in one room for depositions. If you needed a document annotated, you could hand

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18
Jan

How to approach the Personal Injury Case

HOW TO APPROACH THE PERSONAL INJURY CASE Settlement documentaries are a powerful way for a personal injury victim to tell his/her story. Through professional legal videography you can give critical insight into the day-to-day life of the victim, demonstrating the damages that an incident has caused him/her. A settlement documentary provides a strong platform for the words of the victim,

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11
Jan

Zooming Through the Remote Video Depositions

Zooming Through Remote Video Depositions With the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19, we understand you need flexibility in the way your video depositions are conducted. At Image Resources, not only do we continue to offer traditional in-person depositions (with proper social distancing), we also offer both remote video depositions and partially remote video depositions. Regardless of your location, we’re here to help

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5
Jan

Demonstrating Non-Economic Damages with a Settlement Documentary

DEMONSTRATING NON-ECONOMIC DAMAGES WITH A SETTLEMENT DOCUMENTARY The damages of your case are economic and non-economic.  The economic damages are a relative cake walk. Save the receipts and add them 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 the event

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7
Dec

Remote Depositions– More Important Than Ever

Why Remote Depositions Are More Important Than Ever At the outset of the United States’ March lock-down in response to COVID-19, Image Resources, Inc. quickly introduced remote depositions into our service offerings. Early skepticism of this technology soon gave way to widespread adoption in order to move cases along. This has advanced the legal profession light years in a matter

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16
Oct

Approaching The Wrongful Death Case

APPROACHING THE WRONGFUL DEATH CASE A settlement documentary for a wrongful death case is made up of two parts. What qualities did the person have that made him irreplaceable in the lives of the survivors and what effect has the death had on the survivors. As an example, we’ll discuss a hypothetical case about a husband/father who is killed in

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12
Oct

Presenting A Settlement Documentary

PRESENTING YOUR SETTLEMENT DOCUMENTARY In this article we are going to go over ways for presenting a settlement documentary. Settlement documentaries are created specifically for mediation and are not designed to be admissible in court. The purpose of the settlement documentary is to educate the opposition about the enormity of the harm injury victims and their families suffer as a

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7
Oct

Myth #2 About Case Value

MYTH #2 ABOUT CASE VALUE Last week, we discussed how adjusters often use “cookie cutter” formulas to dictate the value of a case despite evidence submitted by the plaintiff’s counsel. Too often, this results in major claims failing to be resolved in mediation. But there’s another issue that comes into play during mediation that can also lead to your client

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29
Sep

Myth #1 About Case Value

MYTH #1 ABOUT CASE VALUE Many defendants are unwilling to pay a fair value for claims without the full weight of evidence and testimony supporting a plaintiff’s case. As a result, far too many claims fail to be resolved in settlement or mediation when it would be in the best interests of all parties to reach a fair compromise. It

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15
Sep

7 Best Practices for Remote Video Depositions

7 Best Practices for Remote Video Depositions When everyone began sheltering in place amidst the corona virus outbreak last spring, the wheels of litigation came to a grinding halt. Attorneys had to find new ways to conduct discovery and meet case deadlines while adhering to various stay-at-home orders. Now, remote video depositions have become a practical workaround during this global

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