Your client has been involved in an accident where serious injuries were incurred by one of the parties. Your challenge is to engage experts to assist in determining what happened, how it happened, and ultimately, who is at fault. The difficulty is increased considerably by the lack of physical evidence left at the scene — no skid marks, no witnesses, and very little information to use in order to build a foundation for the reconstruction of the event. The chances of determining what happened look bleak.

Then you discover that video footage of the event exists, either from an external security camera, a camera mounted on a vehicle, or even a witness who was toting a video camera. Things would be looking up, if only you could make use of the footage….

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