Attorneys nationwide routinely rely on Andrew Colton and Colton Legal Media for expert production of legal “day in the life video” documentaries. Lawyers and law firms engaging in such a production for the first time often have questions about Legal Day In The Life Video production.
What Is A Legal Day In The Life Video?
A legal “day in the life video” is an expertly product documentary that focuses on how your client is living life post injury or accident. These videos should never be staged. Often hours of video is shot and then condensed down to just a few minutes to provide a quick, but accurate and effective look at what your client is truly experiencing.
Are Legal Day In The Life Videos Only Used In Trial?
No. Legal Day In The Life Videos are often used in mediation, settlement and pre-suit. Some of the nation’s leading personal injury attorneys routinely retain Colton Legal Media to produce “day in the life video” legal documentaries for the sole purpose of settling the matter before any paper is filed.
Should I Hire A Certified Legal Videographer For Day In The Life Video Production?
Absolutely not. Certified Legal Videographers are trained to document depositions, not to use the creativity and broadcast skills that are required to effectively produce a legitimate “day in the life video” legal documentary. Andrew Colton is retained by more than 250 law firms who benefit from his years of on-air network news experience, as well as professional writing and storytelling skills. Andrew Colton’s work routinely leads to record and landmark settlements.
Should Day In The Life Video Productions Be Used During COVID-19?
With trials, settlement conferences and mediations taking place via video conference, there is no more effective way to explain what your client is living through than with a “day in the life” legal video production. Legal Day In The Life Video productions provide remote viewers with a legitimate way to understand how your client is living following injury or incident. Day In The Life Video productions can be viewed remotely from a central server, via video conference, or downloaded for each attorney or litigant to view privately.