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We use Cutting-Edge Technology to Present Your Case with the Most Impact.
The days when injury cases were won by lawyers scribbling on dry erase boards or flipping through large sticky notes are long gone. Today’s jurors are bombarded with hundreds of digital messages each day, many coming straight to their smartphones, tablets, and televisions. As the voices on-screen have gotten louder, attention spans are getting shorter, which leaves injured parties with a brief window of opportunity to make a persuasive case. Crosley Law Firm has adapted to these new realities and utilizes the latest technology to help judges and juries understand the key evidence important to your case.
Multimedia Courtroom Presentations
We bring in the latest multimedia presentation tools, using audio and video to breathe life into the evidence. Our presentations make it fun and interesting for jurors to learn your case, and this lets them absorb critical information in a way that is easy and familiar.
Digital Accident Reconstruction
We create real-time digital simulations of automobile and trucking accidents that accurately reflect the roadway, weather conditions, vehicles involved, and points of impact. Digital reconstructions are often accompanied by the expert testimony of an engineer or physicist so that jurors get a birds-eye view of the collision while learning the relevant scientific principles.
Digital Accident Reconstruction – Auto Crash with 18-Wheeler
Accident Technology – Auto Accident Simulation
Accident Reconstruction – Semi/Pickup Collision
Compelling Medical Visuals
Our advanced medical imaging tools bring judges and juries not only inside the injury but also back in time. We put a human face on the complex injuries, the numerous invasive surgeries, and the lengthy recovery that victims experience to help juries personalize our clients’ pain and suffering.