Videography is the method of capturing moving images in electronic media form, such as video, direct to disk recording, and solid state storage, as well as streaming media. Videography includes methods of both video production and post-production.
ForensisGroup Videography Expert Witnesses are extremely experienced as camera operators, film and videotape editors, directors, videography news reporters, and remote broadcast technicians. Many law firms and insurance companies employ videographers to produce video evidence exhibits for courtroom and deposition purposes.
Other videographers are specialists in the field of forensic videography. These experts work with law firm investigators and insurance claims investigators in areas such as construction defects, construction accidents and injuries, fire, storm, and flood damage, as well as environmental issues. These videography expert witnesses offer highly technical consulting, such as overhead and aerial videography, destructive testing videography, mediation and settlement videos, videography lighting techniques, personal injury and accident videography, and low light and night videography. They provide our clients with video evidence, video interviews for litigation and mediation, video evidence analysis and enhancement—including thorough witness preparation for video depositions.
Our videography expert witnesses are experienced with videography of asbestos investigations, building safety matters, medical malpractice, global positioning system location imagery, and videography of water intrusion and dry rot damage.
Insurance professionals and attorneys have been turning to ForensisGroup for outstanding experts since 1991, making us a leader in the expert referral field. Call us or fill out and Submit An Expert Request Form to retain the right videography expert witness for your case.