'Day in the Life' Videos

Take this example: imagine trying to orally describe the difficulties an accident victim experiences in his or her daily life. You could give an array of examples about how their life has been affected.

Instead, imagine showing a “Day in the Life” video that visually depicts what this person has to go through each day. The video would not only demonstrate the individual’s specific physical challenges, but it would capture the emotional ones. The jury would be able to witness firsthand the daily struggles that both the victim and their family suffer every day.

A 'Day in the Life' Video can:

  • Communicate situations that are difficult to convey with words.
  • Detail the challenges a victim must overcome.
  • Depict circumstances that affect their quality of life.
  • Let the jury witness the emotional struggles that the victim and their family endure.
Day in the Life Video

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