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Our photo-realistic animations place the viewer
at the scene to witness your story

Animations will make your evidence presentation effective and successful in the courtroom, mediation or settlement meeting.

Our animation also serves as an educational tool, as a source of images for interactive trial graphics, or as a companion to expert testimony at trial. Our animation clearly presents the most important facts to your audience.

Our samples demonstrate our expertise in presenting a variety styles. From technologically intricate medical animations to photorealistic models and accident re-creations, we create animations aimed at both engaging and persuading your audience.

Our animation services include the following:

  • Models in motion, illustrating how a product works
  • Scene re-enactments and events re-created
  • Medical or device cross-sections
  • 3-D illustrations to accurately depict detailed information
  • Tutorial animations that educate your audience about a product or process. These are commonly created for pre-trial hearings such as Markman hearings.

We can also format any of these examples to be completely interactive in the courtroom. With a click of a mouse, you retain control over the information you want to present.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

Tom and LA bring a filmmaker’s touch to my cases. There is power in his script writing. His work visually emphasizes how ‘a tragedy never should have happened.’ No one who watches his videos will ever be able to forget the terrible consequences. Their work is best described as 60 Minutes meets CSI.

Samuel L. Davis, Esq.
Founding Partner
Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C.
Teaneck, NJ
SELECT ANIMATIONS

GE 90 Jet Engine

Pedestrian Knockdown with Injury Summary

Dyke Wall Structure, Malfunction

Slip & Fall – Coup Contre Coup, Brain Injury

Medical Malpractice – Spinal Cord

Bicyclist Knockdown

Texting & Driving Injury

Vehicular Homocide Conviction Overturned!

Medical Malpractice – Brain Aneurysm Burst, Coiling Procedure

Patent Infringement: Mount Armament

John Doe v. Metro Police Dept.

Proper procedure: “Sunken Chest”

Catastrophic Injury – Wrong Way Driver

Product Liability

Automobile Collision- Rainfall Driver

Motorcycle Fatality – Trucker Negligence

Slurry Wall Construction for Original World Trade Center

Pedestrian Knockdown – Lighting Issue

Pedestrian Knockdown – Poor Lighting