Do Not Hire A Certified Legal Videographer (CLVS) For Day In The Life Legal Video, Video Settlement Brochure, Legal Settlement Documentary Production.
Conversely, I am retained nationwide by more than 100 law firms seeking professional litigation communication through high quality legal video productions.
My name is Andrew Colton. I am a former network news correspondent who is an expert at humanizing your case — whether through an un-scripted “day in the life video” focusing on how a client is living life following an accident or injury, or my trademarked “Life After Loss®” video productions which are used in high-stakes, high-value cases to reveal how life continues for family members and friends following the defendant’s negligence. I am retained in major cases like Amtrak derailments, plane crashes, major trucking accidents, medical malpractice, extermination negligence, personal injury, wrongful death and police misconduct. My work has helped induce nearly $1B in settlements and has been used by the United States Department of Justice. My clients span coast to coast — I work with everyone on location and never outsource.
A certified legal videographer does not have the skill, background or creativity to effectively produce a legal video production to be used in a high-stakes, high-value case. A certified legal videographer is who you want to document a deposition — something that requires no creativity or movement. When it comes, however, to telling stories through visual imagery, law firms nationwide know that a legal communication professional, not a “certified legal videographer” is the way to go.
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There is never a charge for reasonable domestic travel. I shoot, edit, script and handle all aspects of your legal video production.
And no, there are no certified legal videographers involved.