When it comes to proving damages in personal injury cases, there is often a no better way to illustrate the quality of damages than the evidence which can be introduced by video.
Forensic video produced by skilled, knowledgeable and experienced legal videographer deals evidentiary proof. They use forensic video analysis software that can describe many subtle differences, including the limitations of a causing injury to the client.
Video can prove an injury that just implied. When you say one cannot walk and has limited mobility, what does that really mean? The video provides an understanding that the mobility is not only limited but with a clear thought of what that means; a sense of improvement or hope can be provided.
When we focus on the quality of evidence we are concerned with several dimensions. There is no probative value which is evidence that is useful or helpful to the understanding of the triers of fact.
In a personal injury case, it is not uncommon for prosecutors to want to associate with a previous injury or injuries sustained damage from an unlawful act or acts in question.
An experienced forensic videographer will understand what is acceptable in court proceedings. More often interview video can not be accepted in court. audio is the most common objection to the component.
However, when the injured person being interviewed demonstration function (verbal, cognitive, receptive, caring, understanding, the need for speech therapy, temperament and more) may very well be displayed on the dialogue situation.
It is the duty of the lawyer plead or argue his / her case to the judge who will make a decision accordingly.