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Chicago Day In The Life Legal Video

Chicago day in the life video, legal video, legal settlement video, wrongful death video

Attorneys seeking high-impact Chicago Day In The Life Legal Video production and “Life After Loss®” legal video documentaries rely on Andrew Colton — an award-winning former network news correspondent who is retained across North America by more than 200 law firms and solo practitioners. Andrew’s legal video documentaries have helped induce more than $1B in settlements. 

The premiere litigation communication professional in the United States, Colton works with several law firms in Chicago, Cook County and throughout Illinois. His expertise in Chicago Legal Video production for Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Brain Injury, Wrongful Death, Maritime, Truck Accident, birth injury and Police Misconduct cases routinely yields seven figure (and higher) settlements. Colton is an expert in high-stakes, high-value litigation.

Andrew Colton is a respected, award-winning journalist, not a tech-school trained court reporter with a camera. His work is high quality, high-impact and intelligent. The nation’s leading law firms and solo practitioners rely on Colton for Chicago Day In The Life Legal Video production, Settlement Documentary production, Trial Prep and Witness Prep. There is never a charge for domestic travel and Andrew Colton does not outsource. 

Visit the  Colton Legal Media homepage to learn more about Andrew’s high-impact Chicago Legal Video, Settlement Documentary and Life After Loss™ Productions nationwide. Telephone Andrew directly at 312-982-8720 or toll free at 877-484-4611.


What Legal Video Service Is Near Me In Chicago?

For Legal Video Service, legal video production, Day In The Life Legal Video and Legal Settlement Documentary productions, attorneys in Chicago and across Illinois rely on Andrew Colton at Colton Legal Media. Andrew Colton is an award-winning former on-air national network news correspondent. His work is considered unprecedented for its ability to induce closure considered acceptable by both plaintiff’s and defense counsel.