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Services - Focus & Resolve


Clinical studies confirm that presentations with video lead to higher levels of engagement, sympathy, and recall of information. Most importantly, the benefit of video is an emotional connection between the viewer and the content. Our documentary films will visually tell your client’s story in a way that will engage the mediator, insurance adjuster, or opposing counsel and demonstrate the emotional connection that a fact-finder will form if the case does not resolve prior to trial.

Having a settlement documentary shows that you know the strengths and weaknesses of your case and are prepared for trial. The ultimate goal of the video settlement presentation is to maximize recovery on behalf of your clients and help you settle for more.

Settlement documentaries are appropriate for a wide range of cases and subject matter spanning damage amounts from relatively low to extremely severe.


A settlement documentary film can be made that focuses on a small number of representative claimants (typically three clients is ideal) from your client inventory. In focusing on just a few individuals, we can tell the broader story of all of your similarly injured clients. We will demonstrate the impacts of the injuries on the clients’ daily lives as well as outlining the key liability case developed through deposition testimony and documents produced in discovery.

Ideal cases for the multiple plaintiff format include those involving: mass tort pharmaceutical, medical device or consumer products; victims of mass shootings; survivors of sexual assault or abuse involving the same perpetrator or institution; environmental pollution, water contamination or wildfire caused by utility companies.


The catastrophic injury claim stemming from a single event or accident is the type of case most commonly associated with the use of video settlement demands. A documentary film can tell a compelling story focusing on your clients’ injuries and the impacts on their loved ones. We will dive in to the obvious and unexpected toll these injuries take. Weaving the damages and liability presentations into one succinct narrative will demonstrate what happened, what went wrong, and the devastating impact that it had and continues to have.

Ideal cases for this format include: workplace accidents; premises liability; transportation crash cases involving commercial trucks, buses, railroads, or airlines; individual product liability or automobile crashes; sexual assault; those involving traumatic brain, spinal cord, or birth injuries; and wrongful death or survival claims.


For the cases where you intend to send a demand before filing a complaint, a short video presentation can be prepared utilizing the limited information you already have on hand and a filmed interview with your client. This can be a powerful tool to resolve the claim quickly and avoid litigation altogether.

Ideal cases for this presentation include: sexual assault or harassment claims, personal injury cases where liability/causation is clear, or claims of a sensitive nature where the defendant may have a strong interest in resolution without the nature of the conflict becoming public.


There is a way to utilize a smaller-scale version of the settlement documentary to maximize recovery in cases with firm liability caps or limited insurance coverage. In these presentations we can rely on the client’s own photographs and home videos, medical records, depositions and documents developed in discovery to visually tell the story of the case without the added costs of conducting our own interviews or filming on-site with the clients.

Ancillary products are also available, please contact us for a detailed list.

Depending on the particular needs of your case, we can utilize:

Sit-down interviews with the client and/or their loved ones

Video of activities of daily living and/or medical treatments

Medical records

Fit bit/phone tracker data

Pre- or post-injury photographs

Newspaper clippings or video of relevant news reports

Home video

Deposition transcripts/video of fact or expert witnesses

Accident reports, photos, videos, 911 call audio or transcripts

Drone/aerial video footage

Social media posts by client, defendant, or witnesses

Defendant’s commercials, advertisements, conferences, training videos, seminars, transcripts/audio

of investor calls

Documents produced in discovery