By Howard Brodsky.
When it comes to proving damages in a personal injury case there is often no better way to illustrate the quality of damages than the evidence which can be introduced by video. Forensic video produced by a skilled, knowledgeable and experienced legal videographer in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut, offers strong probative evidence and can illustrate many fine distinctions including the limitations an injury imposes on the client. Read More
The purpose of Day in the Life video (DITL also known as ADA video) is to maximize recovery potential for the injured client. DITL video is damage video. The production is most effective when it introduces the victim to the audience; reveals the human dimension of the injury; focuses on the damages; shows the injured client’s life-altering functionality; expresses a sense of need and a sense of hope. Read More
By Howard Brodsky
Certified Legal Video Services, LLC in New Jersey, near New York City, consistently offers superior legal deposition video because we have the skills, knowledge, equipment and understanding of how these impartial forensic products must be produced and how they are used. We apply state-of-the-art digital video technology and digital video workflows to produce the highest quality legal video deposition deliverables. Whether we work in the NYC metropolitan area, the Northeast Region, on national or international assignments, the quality of our legal video depositions is outstanding and we have real testimonials to prove it. Read More
By Howard Brodsky
The production of legal deposition video is best entrusted to a professional certified legal videographer who is knowledgeable in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence as the rules apply to visual evidence to be introduced at trial. The certified legal videographer who has passed the regimen of instruction, tests and evaluations and has been vetted by the National Court Reporters Association (CLVS program) and/or the American Guild of Court Videographers (CCVS program) are most qualified to produce unimpeachable legal video evidence. Read More
By Howard Brodsky.
What is a Settlement Brochure?
The Settlement Brochure, sometimes called Demand Video, is most accurately known as a Mediation Documentary, as it focuses on the coverage of liability and damages and is presented during a mediation proceeding or arbitration hearing. The finished piece is from 10 to 30 minutes in length, never longer, and is a concise summation of the case. CLVS LLC in New Jersey, near New York City, produces such videos. This video is produced to get the opposing counsel or insurance company to fully cognize the pain and suffering from a catastrophic injury or death stemming from negligence, malpractice or product liability. Read More
By Howard Brodsky,
What is Activities of Daily Living video?
The specialized type of forensic videography often used in proving damages is called Day-In-The-Life video, it is also known more accurately as Activities of Daily Living video, “ADL”. This is impartial video documentation that chronicles a day in the life of an individual who has suffered consequential damages as a result of an accident or medical intervention, causing an injury. The concern of the legal videographer is to introduce the factual evidence without introducing bias. The victim, their special needs, the care-givers, the family: everything that is necessary to the person’s survival and everyone that is immediately affected by this person’s daily living situation should be documented in this video. Read More