Credible + Compelling = Admissible
Our work must be deemed admissible to be effective. This even holds true in mediation when the other side knows that a jury will be able to view your compelling content during the trial. We bring together the technical know-how and creative talent to produce admissible visuals that a judge and jury will find both credible and compelling.
We create admissible animations by translating expert calculations into scale models and real-time motion that respect the laws of physics and facts of the case. The technical consulting phase of a project is when we roll up our sleeves and get a detailed handle of the expert’s calculations. Our custom data templates maintain the accuracy of the scientific data while illustrating the numbers in meaningful visuals. Our professionals, educated in engineering, accident reconstruction and creative arts, use their knowledge to put together credible deliverables.
Admissible Visual Analysis
Simply looking at photos or videos of an incident does not constitute analysis. Our professionals are trained in computer visioning and photogrammetry, enabling them to refine images and extract reliable measurements of time, position and speeds of people and objects. We use the latest equipment and industry software to analyze images. A reliable interpretation of content is often necessary for you to fully understand the facts of your case as you make crucial decisions about how to move forward.
We are known for facilitating full-scale reenactments where people and vehicles are operated at the scene to recreate the event under the same environmental conditions. The multi-angle video footage allows a mediation audience or trial juror to experience the incident themselves. Because the realism of reenactments is so powerful, the admissibility in a court of law will be elevated. This requires our professionals to perform at their highest levels to ensure that their fieldwork and production are credible. You can count on us to consult with you and your experts to create admissible reenactments.