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Litigation with Animation - Why You Should Use it For Your Case

As a way to effectively grab attention and allow your audience (judge, adjuster, jurors) gain understanding regarding the case animations are in a class by themselves. In addition, animations communicate a lot of information regarding an event, medical procedure, etc, and make a lasting impression on the viewer.

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Using an animation is similar to having a prepared elevator speech for your case. As you may know the average attention span of a human has been shortening (12 seconds in 2000, 8 seconds in 2013 and currently 9 seconds). This means that whatever information you are presenting or speaking of, you have to make it count - and quickly. A 3D Animation can be a quick visual summary of the most complex medical procedure, multi-vehicle accident or catastrophic event in a short amount of time. In today's age, jurors are used to be given information and answers to their questions immediately. This has happened due to the use of personal electronic devices and the span of internet use. A 3D Animation satisfies juror's demands for quick - on point information.

In addition, many cases involving a complex medical procedure, complex medical condition, multi-vehicle car accident, or just the telling of an event involving carbon monoxide poisoning, can be difficult for an average person to understand the chronology and damages. In order to prove liability and damages, expert witnesses and fact witnesses must testify on the stand. After days of testifying, the jury may still be confused regarding your theory of the case. Some attorney's may use blow-ups of photographs, aerials, etc., however, a 3D animation will tell your whole story in a way that the jury can comprehend. A 3D animation transports jurors and adjuster to the operating room, to the scene of the car accident, to the location of the shooting.

APVisuals provides 3D Animation services to its client, South Florida (Miami-Dade, Broward and West Palm Beach) law firms. 2D Animations can be prepared for mediation and/or trial. We work with the 3D animation and any other visual demonstratives one on one with our clients. You are involved in each step of the process.

If you are heading to trial or mediation and are need of a 3D animation, please contact to discuss. We would love to work with you on your next case.

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