From The Main Line To Center City, King of Prussia to Chester County, Andrew Colton Is The “Go To” Legal Video Producer.
Attorneys seeking high-impact Philadelphia Legal Day In The Life Video production rely on Andrew Colton. Colton is retained by more than 200 law firms nationwide. His work has helped induce more than $1B in settlements and judgements.
The premier litigation communication professional in the United States, Andrew Colton is a Philadelphia native and retained by Philadelphia’s major law firms. His expertise in Philadelphia Legal Day In The Life Video production for Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, Amtrak Crash, Brain Injury, Wrongful Death, Maritime, Truck Accident, Birth Injury and Police Misconduct cases routinely yields major and landmark settlements. Learn more about Colton Legal Media’s services on our home page.
Philadelphia Legal Day In The Life Video, Settlement Documentary
Andrew Colton is a respected, award-winning former network broadcast journalist, not a tech-school trained court reporter with a camera. His work is high quality, high-impact and intelligent. Andrew Colton’s Philadelphia Legal Day In The Life Video productions have been featured in Philadelphia Business Journal.
Philadelphia Native. National Practice.
The nation’s leading law firms and solo practitioners rely on Andrew Colton for Day In The Life Video production, Settlement Documentary production, Life After Loss™ video, Communication Consulting and Trial Prep. There is never a charge for domestic travel.
View the Colton Legal Media homepage to learn more about Andrew’s high-impact Philadelphia Legal Day In The Life Video, Settlement Documentary and Life After Loss™ Productions.
Telephone Andrew Colton at Colton Legal Media directly. Our Philadelphia area number: 267-546-5701 or nationally by calling: 877-484-4611. There is never a fee for reasonable domestic travel. Andrew personally handles all cases without outsourcing. He travels more than 150,000 miles each year — globally — to assist attorneys with their cases.