When and Why Your Case Needs an Animation for Litigation

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More often than not, litigating a case boils down to persuasively explaining your theory of what happened. The best way often is to create a 3D animation. Nothing is more powerful to enhance the visualization and understanding of what happened. Animations transport the viewers to the scene of the incident and allow them to look inside something they can’t ordinarily see—such as under the skin of the human body or inside the structure of a mechanical device—to understand the inner workings, which often is the key to presenting your case. This post lists types of cases that could benefit from 3D animation and includes a short video of Cogent Legal's animation samples.

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