Demonstrative Evidence for Personal Injury Cases
You never know just important your health is until you no longer have it. When someone is injured and the resulting medical, mental, and emotional effects are felt for a lifetime, this is very upsetting. When the accident that caused the injury was the fault of someone else, it is downright devastating. In the worst cases, one person’s life is forever altered and the responsible party does nothing to help or alleviate any of the problems. The only way to right this wrong is to prove their fault in court. This will allow the injured party to collect the finances they are entitled to. But, how do you prove something that doesn’t have direct evidence like a video recording of the incident? You don’t need to turn the court case into a “he said, she said.” You need to come to Evidence Room and let our experts create demonstrative evidence for you.
Demonstrative evidence is perfect for personal injury cases like yours. The same goes for cases relating to an accidental death brought on by the victim’s family. While there may not be real footage of the car accident, slip and fall, dog bite, or workplace accident, a 3D animation of the event can be made. These recreations take into account many different pieces of the puzzle, like eyewitness testimony, a timeline of the event, physical evidence, and more. They are incredibly useful in persuading a judge and jury as to what happened.
Most people are visual learners, and won’t fully process the detailed information you want to get across if it’s only presented orally. This means the majority of your jury, and maybe the judge too, falls under this category. Allow us to visualize the key components of your argument for the jury and they will see the big picture! We have been doing this for over 17 years, and have been instrumental in injured parties being awarded favorable judgments many times. Contact us now for a free consultation and we will go over the details of your case with you, as well as what we can do to help. You do not want to go to trial with just your words; you want to show them proof!