Whether it be resolving the complex way in which a pedestrian moves, figuring out vehicle speeds, understanding line of sight issues or time-distance scenarios, matching a surveillance camera and being able to show what it saw from different vantage points, or understanding any other piece of key visual data, our analysis service has you covered.

If your case is complicated, or if the information will be tough to understand then it is beneficial for you to work with a graphics specialist early on in the case, especially one trained in understanding deep scientific, visual analysis.

If you get in touch with our team at Courtroom Animation at the onset of your case it will give us time to understand and interpret your data, do our due diligence and create an effective presentation to support your argument.

How We Incorporate Visual Analysis Into Each Animation or Graphic

We will also work closely with experts in the field to create line of sight studies, photo and video-grammetry, time distance diagrams and a host of other technical tools to produce and assess legal animation – including forensic animation and medical animation.

No matter what the case may be about – an automobile accident or medical malpractice, we take our time to fully understand the details of the situation, consult witness testimony, execute an in depth scientific analysis to ensure everything is accurate and consult with industry experts who can answer our questions and clarify additional information. 

The visual graphics, illustrations and animations that we create for our clients will help place the jury at the scene of the crime and enable them to take part in a first-hand recreation of the events that took place.

We utilize a wide range of different strategies and tactics and tap into detailed scientific analysis to ensure that our work is so precise that it will not only be admitted into court, but that it will do its job to convince the jury about its relevance and result in a favorable outcome for your client. 

When it comes to getting graphics or courtroom illustrations admitted to trial, it’s important that the material presents a fair and accurate representation of the evidence.

This means that the graphics need to mirror the actual events that occurred – similar lighting, identical location, the same make and model of a vehicle, same time of day, etc. The recreation needs to be identical to the real-life situation in order for a judge to let it be shown to a jury, which is why we take our work very seriously.

We’re proud to boast a 99% admittance rate in more than 1,600 cases and over $750 million in favorable verdicts and settlements for our clients. 

Ready to Have Your Case Properly Analyzed By Our Experts?

When you work with our team, we will advise you on the most effective means of presenting your case and evidence visually and offer different options for you to choose from. Each case is unique, and one type of service may be more beneficial to your argument than another.

Some of the services that we offer include:

…and more!

Our process is detailed and thorough, and from day one we work with expert data, witness testimony and scientific analysis to ensure that our work is not only engaging, but also accurate.

A well-done project means nothing if it isn’t admitted into the courtroom! If you are curious about our company and our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more.

We would be happy to walk you through what we can do for you, share recommendations and provide a quote for our services and ultimately assist you with creating a compelling and attention-grabbing presentation for your case.

We encourage you to explore our website for more information about us and our team, view recent illustrations and animations that we have created, read through recent client testimonials and follow our blog for in-depth articles and information about the world of courtroom animation. You can also find us on social media where we share updates and more samples of our work.

We look forward to hearing from you and working with you soon!

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