PRLog - Jan. 24, 2013 - PHOENIX -- If you have recently contacted a lawyer after a personal injury, you probably have a lot of questions. How do you know the proceedings are going to go in your favor? What are the chances of a favorable outcome? What can you do to help your own case? Your lawyer might suggest making a video record of damages. This innovative solution will be very helpful if and when your case is heard by a judge. Coash & Coash offers Phoenix Court Reporting Services that can help your attorney prepare a case that protects your rights and ensures you receive the compensation you deserve.
Phoenix Court Reporting
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Receiving a fair judgment in personal injury cases can be especially difficult because the judge and jury aren’t able to see the damage that was done firsthand. They have to rely on your testimony; sometimes witnesses are available to back up your theory of the case, but even then it can be an uphill battle. This is when a videotaped deposition will really come in handy. A court reporter will make an accurate record of the evidence supporting your claim for damages. These images speak volumes to your credibility. The damages you’ve sustained will be obvious to everyone in the courtroom.
Expert Video Record
Video recordings that are to be used in a courtroom are subject to a high level of scrutiny. The videographer needs to be familiar with forensic proceedings;
About Coash & Coash, Inc.
Coash & Coash provides a full range of court reporting services to the legal community, from interactive realtime to live depositions by videoconference between remote locations. We know that attorneys demand accountability and accuracy. We have built our reputation on meeting and exceeding those high standards. You may schedule your deposition or videoconference online at http://coashandcoash.com/