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Video Depositions

There are many reasons and uses for recorded depositions.  Whether a witness is out of town, cannot travel to trial, or the fear that a witness will not perform well under the pressure of a live testimony.  Whatever the reason, we are here to provide the service for you, as a “disinterested third party.”

Video is the most powerful medium to date.  No longer can a witness be coached into pausing for a long time before answering a question.  Harnessing the power of video, this can show the witnesses evasive actions, much more that just a written transcript.  It also allows the jury and presiding judge to see the actual testimony and demeanor, rather than a third party reading the transcript of the testimony “on the record.”  The communication is clear, including inflection, tone of voice, and any other non-verbal expressions.  Objections are ruled upon prior to trial, and allow the jurors to not be distracted by legal arguments and objections, and the testimony to run without interruptions.

Some counselors will actually have different witnesses spliced together, into one “presentation video” to reinforce their side of the argument.   There is no denying the power of video, capture the opportunities that are presented to you.  As a “disinterested third party” we are here at your service.

Mediation Videos

Also known as "Settlement Brochures."  We use the term “Mediation Documentary” vs. the less favorable term “Settlement Brochure.”  New name, same product.  Interestingly enough, 95 percent of lawsuits, never go to trial.  The reason often is the result of a powerful Mediation video, produced specifically to impress upon the opposing party for a quick settlement and avoid a trial completely.

Mediation Documentaries have no restrictions, and allow the “full” story, pain and suffering that has taken place.  These presentations may include separate interviews with the victims, their families, physicians, therapist and others.  The usual length is between 10 to 20 minutes long.  It saves time and expense, and provides clear justification for punitive and damage awards.