While court reporters create a verbatim record, we record the visual one. It has been said "I picture is worth a thousand words". A deposition video can capture facial expression, long pauses and an individual's personality.
A video can also be used to document a wide variety of issues and preserve evidence for later examination. Site inspections are important to document various aspects of a case that might not be there at a later date.
Our videographers and technicians are certified legal video specialists (CLVS) through the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) and use state-of-the-art recording equipment.
Digital photographs can be used to document an injury, accident scene or product use. These photographs are great for use during trial for demonstrative purposes. Adaptive Legal Services has the ability to be contacted to go take photographs of a scene the next day.
Let Adaptive Legal Services be the videographer or photograph for your case.