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Can A Day-In-The-Life Video Enhance Your Case? The purpose of video is to create an emotional tie between the plaintiff and the viewer. A professionally produced Day-in-the-Life video presentation can be a persuasive way to show the impact of an injury on your client, and their family, to enhance their case. It captures the physical, emotional, and social challenges your
Can Settlement Documentaries Maximize Your Recovery? Pandemic Considerations The Covid-19 pandemic has turned things upside down for everyone in so many ways. Mediation and trials continue to be pushed back, and despite the rollout of vaccines, the foreseeable future is uncertain. Make sure this time of uncertainty doesn’t compound the losses for your plaintiff. Further delays in cases might mean clients
Your audience, whether an adjuster or a juror, reacts to visuals. You need to maximize the use of these tools. You will never have a second chance to capture many of the visuals of the moments in time that will be very important in telling your client’s story to the jury or the adjuster. These visuals may well influence the
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