Tag: legal video

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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1
Sep

Day One- The Most Important Day of a Big Case

Why Day One is the Most Important Day of a Big Case A great case comes in the door with strong liability and significant damages. The kind of case you might consider for a settlement documentary to be used at or in advance of mediation. With the best of intentions, you map out in your head the visuals you’ll want.

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7
May

3 BEST OPTIONS FOR VIDEO DEPOSITIONS

As the stay at home restrictions in Indiana are relaxed over the next few weeks, you may find yourself with more flexibility in the way your video depositions are conducted. At Image Resources, we offer 3 best options for video depositions to meet the needs of our clients and provide maximum impact. 3 BEST OPTIONS FOR VIDEO DEPOSITIONS 1. Lockdown

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30
Mar

2018 FJA Workhorse Convention Cont.

Throughout the 2018 Annual Workhorse Seminar many speakers discussed video and how video can be utilized within their practices. On Tuesday, Gerry Oginski from The Law Office of Gerald Oginski in Great Neck, New York discussed, “How Video Marketing Can Make You a Better Trial Lawyer and Get You Better Cases.” Mr. Oginski began his presentation by reminding the attorneys

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7
Sep

Web Videos Tailor Made for Your Firm

The quality of your web presence reflects the professionalism of your firm. At Image Resources, Inc. we craft each web video to help get your message across. With so much cut throat competition, it is essential that you stand out and connect to prospective clients in a unique fashion. No matter the complexity, we can create a great end product

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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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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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