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Day in the life legal video for trial

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Related posts: Admissibility of Legal Videos Day in the life videos are typically presented in court to demonstrate for jurors the severity of a plaintiff’s injuries and the impact those injuries have on the plaintiff’s daily living activities. These activities, such as rising, eating, bathing, and going to work or therapy, can vividly demonstrate the plaintiff’s dependency, limitations, frustrations, and …

Day in the life: Video as Evidence

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Feature Article in American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants The Journal of Legal Nurse Consulting LNC Work Products A plaintiff who is permanently, or catastrophically injured needs to have the harm they have suffered told in an effective and convincing manner. How a story is presented to a jury, or mediator is critical for the way their damages are assessed and awarded. In most cases, using …

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What is a Day in the Life Legal Video? Is it admissible?

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Day in the life legal videos are typically presented in court to demonstrate to jurors the severity of a plaintiff’s injuries and the impact those injuries have on his or her daily living activities. Footage of these activities — such as rising, eating, bathing, and receiving physical therapy — can vividly demonstrate the plaintiff’s dependency, limitations, and frustrations. This footage …

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Presenting day in the life videos affordably

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Litigators can easily use advances in video technology to sway jurors with day in the life video courtroom presentations. Since the early 1970’s Day in the life videos, otherwise known as daily activities videos, have been presented as in-court demonstratives for personal injury cases. In years past, these video presentations required an overwhelming amount of equipment to be set in …