Video as an effective tool in major PI cases

A 'Day in the Life' video can show clearly the extent of the impact of an injury on the claimant, helping to secure the settlement they deserve, writes Amanda Richardson

21 Jun 2016

At the settlement stage of high-value personal injury and medical negligence cases, it is essential to fully demonstrate the impact of the injury to the claimant. This can be difficult to convey in a formal setting far removed from the claimant's everyday life; however, video presents an excellent opportunity to take the courtroom to the claimant and show very clearly the impact of the trauma on the claimant's daily routine.

A 'Day in the Life' video provides a study of the claimant's day, from their waking up at first light to going to bed at night, and can show very clearly the extent of the difficulties and restrictions a claimant faces throughout their day. ...

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