Today, lawsuits are more complex than ever, and jurors expect top-quality presentations of evidence. Including items like event reconstructions, day-in-the-life videos, site inspections, and more can strengthen your case. Learn more about accident and event reconstruction video services from AWR and Veritext, and schedule services today.
What is Accident Reconstruction?
Accident reconstruction is the process of creating a theory behind how an accident occurred. This solves a number of problems simultaneously. It can be awkward to explain to a jury how an accident occurred without also showing how the accident occurred. Accident and event reconstruction uses all the known data from the accident to create a theory on how the accident occurred.
This can include:
- Damage patterns to vehicles
- Skid marks on the road
- Topography of the road
- Other road information, including traffic stops, ramps, etc.
- Witness statements
- Police reports
- Surveillance footage
- And more
Accident reconstruction specialists can help to resolve issues such as speed, right of way, visibility, and driver behavior before an accident occurred.
What Cases Can Benefit from Accident Reconstruction?
Reconstruction videos aren’t just useful for traffic accidents. They can also be used for:
- Construction site accidents
- Industrial and manufacturing site accidents
- Oilfield accidents
- Biomechanical analysis
- Biomedical animations
- And more
Our professional video staff can prepare quality videos that are suitable for litigation. We maintain the most comprehensive production and editing facilities you’ll find anywhere in the industry. We can adapt materials that you already have or can start the process from scratch with our own staff.
Accident reconstruction is not a simple process. Most attorneys find themselves ill-suited to the task themselves. Often, a third-party is brought in to provide a theory on how the accident occurred using all the evidence that is available to them from police reports, witnesses, and vehicle damage to create a summary that the jury can see and understand. This information can be used to determine liability in a major accident case. These can include issues of road topography, stationary and moving objects, multi-vehicle pile-ups, and more.
Computer Animations & Accident Reconstruction
Most forensic investigators spend years gaining the knowledge required to produce intelligible theories from the known evidence. It requires a very different skillset to produce an animation of the accident that is scientifically accurate and can be used before a jury to establish the plaintiff’s version of events.
With AWR Trial Animation services, our team of trained animation specialists can help you to visualize the accident from the forensic report and simplify the process of communicating the relevant information before the jury.
Schedule Services Today
Our accident reconstruction video services can help to strengthen your cases, allowing you to build a clear narrative for the jury. Get in touch to schedule services with us today.