YOUR PARTNER FOR ALL CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL CLAIMS
Animations and other visual exhibits are used to show how any built structure or complex system functions and where the flaws in the construction and/or design may lie. Recreating points of improper construction, material failures, system functions, or improper procedures is the most compelling way in demonstrating overall negligence or disputing liability.
At Courtroom Animation we pride ourselves on the admissibility of our legal animations and are dedicated to your success. Our visual solutions are not fabrications but comprehensive data visualizations. Our construction litigation team works with a variety of inputs including laser scans, building and construction documents, architectural plans, shop drawings, schematics, and other expert data to solidify the foundation of your exhibit.
Alexandroff Law Group
CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION AND INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
The most powerful visual tool to explain the complex nature of the causal failures of an incident. Construction defects, material defects, human error, workmanship, and other causes of failure are infinitely easier to comprehend when visually recreated.
3D models are used to simplify your claim and educate your audience. Weather it be a faulty shingle or an entirely flawed system, our team can turn foreign objects, processes, buildings, and environments into a completely realistic 3D model for your fact finder to view.
3D VISUALIZATION AND ANALYSIS
Comprehensive solutions for an infinite number of construction variables including improper soil compaction, concrete spalling, plumbing failures, electrical failures, waterproofing systems, workmanship defects, material defects, improper procedures, and more.
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