Preserve, Obtain, Use it, Get Yours Admitted and Keep Theirs Out
From video of an accident to insurance company surveillance and day-in-the-life videos, video evidence can have a powerful impact on an injury claim's outcome. Are you using video evidence to your full advantage? Do you know how to mitigate the impact of damaging evidence on your case? This focused program will provide you with practical pointers - from preserving video to using it at trial. Improve your skills - register today!
- Preserve and collect video evidence from phones, security cams, traffic cams and more.
- Develop legal strategies for handling surveillance videos.
- Gain concrete tips for using visual aids and videotaped depositions.
- Find ways to get video admitted into evidence or keep it away from a jury.
Session Time: 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Eastern
Presented by: Robert J. Kasieta
- Preserving Video Evidence (with Sample Letter)
- Collecting Video From Smartphones
- Obtaining Security Camera Footage
- Traffic Cameras, Bodycams, Dashcams, Bus/Truck/Taxi Cams
- Using Subpoenas to Obtain Video Evidence
- Video Surveillance of Personal Injury Plaintiffs
- Producing Video Evidence: Practical Pointers
- Day-in-the-Life Videos
- Using Deposition Videos
- Getting Your Video Admitted (and Keeping Theirs Out)
This program is designed for attorneys. Insurance professionals and paralegals may also benefit.