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Whether you represent an insurance company or an injured victim, presenting a car accident claim in indisputable detail is vital to the success of your case. Although photos and witness testimony are very powerful tools in car accident claims, animations provide an elevated level of detail that substantially impacts jurors as they make their decision. At Trial Spectrum, Inc., our team of animators will work with you to create the scene you need to support your legal arguments.

Vehicle “Black Boxes”

Most cars today are equipped with a “black box,” or event data recorders. Since the early 2000s, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has used data from these devices to track accident statistics and patterns. Many police departments are also able to obtain information from event data recorders after a crash.

Event data recorders provide a wealth of information, such as the use of turn signals, rate of speed, braking activity, and even seatbelt use. Depending on the make and model of the vehicle, additional information may also be recorded.

How can the information from an event data recorder be used to strengthen arguments in the courtroom?

At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we can take the information from event data recorders and use them to create an animation that shows the jury exactly how an accident occurred. When jurors see a recreation, they are less likely to draw their own conclusions or make assumptions about how the accident occurred.

Animations also make the circumstances surrounding a car accident easier for the jury to understand. During a slideshow of photographs, for example, a juror may not have adequate time to study the photograph before an attorney moves on to the next photograph. Piecing the timeline of events together may be confusing. However, with an animation, all of the details of the crash are displayed in one smooth, continuous presentation.

Accident Reconstruction Experts

A detailed animation coupled with expert testimony is compelling evidence for a jury. Accident reconstruction experts may refer to animations as they explain vehicle damage, road conditions, and a driver’s actions in the moments before and during an accident.

At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we analyze the details of your case to determine both the number of animations that may be needed in your case, as well as the information the animations should provide. For example, an accident reconstruction expert may use one animation to demonstrate the effect of speed on a crash, and another to explain how weather conditions impacted an accident.

In cases where the cause of a crash is disputed, accident reconstruction experts provide excellent analyses that are both convincing and reliable.

Explaining Injuries

Of course, injuries are often the primary focus of a motor vehicle accident claim. Using medical records, expert testimony, and other pieces of evidence, the experts at Trial Spectrum, Inc., are able to create animations that demonstrate how an injury occurred. Whether you need to support a victim’s claim for damages or argue against damages on behalf of an insurance company, an animation will strengthen your arguments.

Call TrialSpectrum, Inc., Today to Discuss Your Upcoming Trial

If you are likely to have a motor vehicle accident case go to trial, contact the team at TrialSpectrum, Inc., today to discuss our services. We produce high quality animations and have assisted law firms and attorneys throughout the United States in a variety of cases. To learn more, call 1-800-789-0084 or visit today.

Experienced trial attorneys are all too familiar with the trial notebook. Exhibits, important notes, legal filings, and other documents are neatly organized for easy access during trial. However, as the legal field continues to evolve, many attorneys have enjoyed digitizing their materials for even faster access during court, where every minute is an opportunity to persuade the jury.

Scanning Documents

Most trials involve thousands of pages of documents that must be scanned and uploaded to law firm servers. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we offer scanning services to our clients to help them manage large volumes of documents. We are able to upload these documents to a secure database so that you may access them easily and quickly. Our scanners provide high resolution images, allowing you to display documents on large screens in the courtroom. In addition, we are able to tag documents and make them searchable so that you are able to find what you need in just a couple of moments.

At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we do not outsource our services. We do all of our scanning, printing, and editing in house. This allows us to maintain a high-quality product and cut down on production time and expense for our clients.

Uploading Videos

Rather than fumble with a flash drive or external hard drive during a trial, you can access video files right from your computer in the courtroom. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our video editors are able to prepare your video for court. We can add captions, zoom in, pan out, and improve quality and sound. When your video is finalized, we can upload it to a database for quick access during trial.

Creating a Seamless Presentation

Judges and jurors alike are impressed with attorneys who appear thoroughly prepared and organized during trial. Having a digital database of all of the exhibits needed for court will boost your credibility during trial. With all of your exhibits in one place, you will be able to provide a seamless presentation with few interruptions to the jury, keeping the jury engaged and interested in what you are saying. Rather than using multiple hard drives and computers and wasting precious time in the courtroom, you will be able to access everything you need from a single location.

Access for Multiple Attorneys

Teams of attorneys generally tackle trials together. However, when multiple attorneys bring their laptops, hard drives, and other materials to court, things can get mixed up and unorganized. Having a single database for your trial materials is an excellent way to have several attorneys handle a trial. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our team can help your attorneys practice for trial and show them how to access the trial database. This will allow your trial team to easily handle their individual arguments and questioning in the courtroom.

Still Nervous? Our Team Provides Tech Support, Too

When you hire the professionals at TrialSpectrum, Inc., you not only receive high quality products, but also constant technological support. We are glad to set up trial equipment and break it down at the end of the day. We back up all of your trial materials and stand by during trial in case there are any technological issues. We test Wi-Fi connections, audio and video quality, and provide extra power cords and batteries. With our help, you may focus on your legal arguments—not worry about whether or not your computer will function in front of the jury.

Call Us Today to Discuss Your Upcoming Trial

The trial technology experts at TrialSpectrum, Inc., are happy to meet with you virtually or in person to discuss your needs for your case. To set up a time to learn about the services we offer, call 1-800-789-0084 or visit

For jurors who have little experience with reading medical records and applying legal concepts, personal injury and medical malpractice cases can be extremely confusing. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we create visual aids for attorneys to use in their hearings, mediations, and trials to send strong, persuasive messages to judges and jurors.

Medical Illustrations and Animations

Medical Illustrations and animations are an excellent tool in personal injury and medical malpractice cases. The intricate processes in the human body can be difficult to understand if a witness is explaining them on the witness stand during a trial. An animation that shows how an injury occurs or how a disease develops in part of the body is a powerful way to support an argument for or against malpractice.

During a series of photos or slides from a PowerPoint presentation, jurors may draw their own conclusions about what happened in a case. However, with an animation, which provides a start-to-finish visual, jurors are less likely to draw their own conclusions about what happened.

Exhibit Boards

Exhibit boards are a classic tool for the courtroom. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we can print exhibit boards in various sizes and finishes depending on your needs for your hearing or trial. In complex personal injury or medical malpractice cases, it can be helpful to have text from medical records or depositions blown up for the jury to read and remember, especially alongside photos and other visual aids.

One effective way to use an exhibit board is to compare and contrast the standard of care with the care the patient received. The standard of care can be broken down into individual bullet points, boxes, or other easy-to-read formats. Using checkboxes and other visual aids to mark whether the standard of care was met, the jury will be able to see where, if anywhere, a medical professional was negligent.

These tools are effective for both plaintiffs and defendants. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we are able to create visual aids that support your arguments, no matter which side of the case you are on.

Detailed Photos

At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we are able to print high resolution photo boards for you to use in your case. In medical malpractice cases, detailed photos can be a valuable tool to show injuries or various conditions. Photos of injuries, x-ray scans, and other such photos can be printed to highlight different matters for the judge and jury. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we complete all of our printing services in-house to ensure we provide our clients with excellent quality products. Additionally, keeping our printing services in-house keeps costs lowered.

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

At TrialSpectrum, Inc., we are proud to offer a range of tools to our clients to bolster their arguments in the courtroom. No matter what type of case you have and no matter where you are located, we can help. To learn more about the services we offer in both litigation consulting and trial technology, give us a call at 1-800-789-0084 or visit

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