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If you are an attorney and have an important hearing or trial coming up, you should consider hiring a litigation consultation and trial technology company. These companies assist law firms with numerous aspects of litigation, from printing exhibits to providing guidance on how to deliver legal arguments.


If you have never hired a litigation consultation and trial technology company in the past, you may be wondering how these services impact your case. With the assistance of a litigation consultation and trial technology company, you significantly improve your chances of success because you maintain greater control over the message the judge and jury will receive.


Why Hire TrialSpectrum, Inc.?


TrialSpectrum, Inc. is a full-service litigation consultation and trial technology company. Our services help save attorneys valuable time and money during their preparation for legal proceedings.


For example, we offer in-house printing services to our clients. Do you need a trial exhibit board? What about a large poster with certain areas zoomed in and emphasized? Do you need to laminate certain documents? At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we have our own printing facility where we handle these tasks for you. You do not have to worry about how your exhibit will look and whether it will be easy to read—we ensure that all of our printing meets top standards. You will not have to worry about searching for a reputable printing company and tracking down your exhibits—we handle all of this for you so that you may focus on preparing your arguments for the courtroom.


On the day of a hearing or trial, many attorneys prefer to meet with their clients before court begins to go over courtroom procedures and to alleviate any concerns their clients may have. However, many attorneys feel rushed as they try to pack up their computers and other equipment, meet with clients, and get set up in the courtroom before the judge takes the bench. When you hire TrialSpectrum, Inc., you will have additional time with your clients before court begins—because we set up all of the equipment you need. While you meet with your clients, we are plugging in monitors and computers, checking Wi-Fi connections, and testing software. We remain available during your legal proceeding just in case there is a technological error or if you simply need assistance.


Many attorneys develop “tunnel vision” in the weeks leading up to trial. It can be difficult to come up with outside perspectives on a case after working intimately with the evidence for month—or even years. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our litigation consultation team is available to strategize with you and help create effective arguments that are clear and powerful to the jury. Rather than wasting time trying to brainstorm ideas on your own, we can create several routes you can take throughout the duration of your case.


When you hire TrialSpectrum, Inc., you only have to hire one company for all of your trial technology and litigation consultation needs. Many law firms have to hire several companies before trial, for example: a company for printing, a company for creating video animation, a company for equipment rentals, and a company for technology support. When you hire TrialSpectrum, Inc., we can manage all of these matters for you. Rather than coordinating with several different companies to prepare for trial, you only have to hire one.


To Learn More About Our Services, Call Us Today


If you would like to learn more about how TrialSpectrum, Inc. can help you with your upcoming legal proceeding, visit our website at www.trialspectrum.com or call us at 800-789-0084. We have assisted law firms throughout the country with all types of legal claims.

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Courtrooms throughout the country are slowly beginning to reopen after being closed for much of the last year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Although much of the legal community is eager to return to the courtroom and finalize its pending cases, there are reports of backlogs in hundreds of courthouses throughout the country. Now, more than ever, it is important for attorneys to seek a fair settlement on behalf of their clients—otherwise, they may be waiting another year or longer to close their claims.


The discovery phase


As attorneys know, many, many cases are settled during the discovery phase. Exchanging documents, photos, diagrams, video footage, and other pieces of evidence often launches the parties into settlement negotiations. Once the parties “show their cards,” so to speak, it is much more likely that a settlement will be reached.


Many attorneys and law firms wait until a trial date has been set to hire a litigation consultation and trial technology company. However, it is also beneficial to hire a company like TrialSpectrum, Inc. during the discovery phase.


At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our experts can assist your firm with creating a variety of visual aids. We will partner with you to learn about your case, your arguments, and your ultimate goals for your client. Then, we will determine which types of media are best for your audience and would strengthen and solidify your arguments. For example, in a car accident claim, diagrams created to reconstruct an accident are often powerful tools, as they demonstrate how a crash occurred. Animations are useful tools to explain construction defects or health conditions within the body.


When you submit strong visual aids in your discovery responses, your opponent will realize that your arguments in the courtroom will be compelling, which may persuade the opposing side to consider settling. Additionally, it is difficult to refuse to settle at least part of a claim once a party realizes how strong the opponent’s arguments are.


Mediation


Mediation is another method used to facilitate settlements. A highly effective tool, even the most contentious cases often settle during mediation. The assistance of a third-party neutral has proven invaluable in cases of all types and of all sizes.


Many attorneys simply bring their office files and little else with them to mediation. However, although mediation is not as formal a proceeding as a courtroom hearing, it is still worth the effort to thoroughly prepare. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our team of litigation consultants and trial technology experts are skilled in determining which visual aids may have the largest impact on both the opposing party and the mediator, depending on the facts of the case. With our assistance, your chances of settling your case increase significantly.


Since mediation does not have strict rules that govern the submission of exhibits, we have much more flexibility in the types of visual aids we can create on your behalf. We can edit videos, print exhibit boards, create packets, supply high resolution photographs, and more.


We are available to assist with all types of cases


At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our team has assisted law firms throughout the United States with cases of all types, including antitrust matters, breach of contract, dental malpractice, intellectual property issues, products liability cases, and more. No matter what type of case you have, we can help.


Call today to learn about our services


If you would like to learn more about the services we offer at TrialSpectrum, Inc., give us a call at 1-800-789-0084 or visit www.trialspectrum.com. We would be glad to go over the products and packages we offer with you to tailor our services to your needs.

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Submitting Video Footage in Courtroom Hearings and Trials


Provided that an attorney can overcome any relevant evidentiary hurdles, the use of video footage as an exhibit in court can be a powerful tool that leaves a lasting impression on the judge and jury. Since the pandemic began last year, many jurisdictions have waived some restrictions on submitting video footage in court. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our team of litigation consultation and trial technology experts are available to determine the best method for submitting video footage in your case.


Make an Impression on the Jury


Security camera footage, dash cam videos, cell phone videos—all can have a significant impact on the jury and its decision, if used properly. Our experienced team of professionals will go over possible video evidence with you and help you determine how and when to use it in your case. Playing a video at just the right time heightens its impact on your audience.


Further, in today’s world, judges and juries often expect some type of video footage, depending on the type of case. For example, in a motor vehicle accident case, a juror may expect to see traffic camera footage, security camera footage from local businesses, and even recordings from video doorbells. Meeting a jury’s expectations has serious advantages when it is time to deliberate.


The Video Itself is Not Enough


Say you have a video that you believe will be an excellent piece of evidence in your case. However, you must also consider the quality of the video itself. Are you able to hear everything clearly in the video, or is the sound muffled? Can you see everything, or is the footage grainy? You may be able to tell what is going on in the video clip, but it must be clear for the judge and jury, or else the value of the video is miniscule.


At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our team of trial technology experts can examine your video footage and edit it as needed to improve its clarity and quality. If you have been limited by the court to certain portions of video footage, we can edit and splice various clips as well.


Our group of professionals will travel to the venue in which your legal proceeding is being conducted to study its lighting, acoustics, Internet access, and general layout to determine the best way to present your video. We may be able to provide screens or monitors to enhance a video’s display, and we also have audio equipment available for rent that ensures the judge and jury hear your video clearly. When you partner with us, you can rest assured that there will be no technological failures on the date of your proceeding, as we are available to set up equipment, play videos, and provide in-person technical support.


Call TrialSpectrum, Inc. Today to Learn More About Our Services


The team members of TrialSpectrum, Inc., have traveled to numerous venues throughout the United States to help law firms with legal proceedings of all types. Whether you have an hour-long hearing or a multi-day trial, we can help you prepare an effective presentation.


To set up a time to discuss your legal proceeding with TrialSpectrum, Inc., call 1-800-789-0084 or visit www.trialspectrum.com today.

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