Legal Videographer

  • by

Attorneys searching for Certified Legal Videographers for “Day In The Life Video” and “Legal Settlement Documentary” production should know that CLVS camera operators are the wrong people to use for professional productions. While trained in tech schools to learn how to use a camera and how to store video, “CLVS” videographers do not possess the creativity or journalistic experience of a true broadcast journalist. You need high level skills to professionally represent and document how your client has been impacted by wrongdoing.

Andrew Colton is an award-winning former on-air national network news correspondent. Andrew Colton’s legal video productions routinely induce record and landmark settlements in personal injury, wrongful death, truck crash, aviation disaster, products liability, civil rights, traumatic brain injury and other cases. A member of the National Press Photographers Association, Andrew Colton is a gifted video and visual storyteller, but it’s his ability to simplify complicated litigation that leads hundreds of law firms to rely on his expertise for their clients.

Colton Legal Media is retained by more than 200 law firms nationwide for their domestic and overseas cases. Andrew Colton travels more than 150,000 miles each to work with his clients in person. There is no outsourcing. Andrew shoots, edits, produces and distributes each and every one of his productions. CLVS camera operators are never utilized by Colton Legal Media.

Learn more about Colton Legal Media’s services by visiting the legal video homepage or by watching the video, below.

What Is A Legal Videographer?

A legal videographer, frequently referred to as “CLVS,” is often a tech school trained camera operator who is familiar with camera use for simple projects such as documenting a deposition. CLVS or “certified legal video specialists” should never be used for “Day In The Life Video” or “Legal Settlement Documentary” productions. These productions require highly skilled professional documentarians, journalists or visual story tellers, such as journalist Andrew Colton who is considered the premier legal video producer in the United States.

Leave a Reply