From day one, our attorneys, investigators and staff begin gathering all of the evidence, including medical records, police reports, photographs, witness statements and any other pertinent information on how the accident happened. We retain liability, medical, vocational and economic expert witnesses to bolster your case and assemble all the information we need to present a convincing case and secure the best verdict or settlement possible.
When preparing your case, we take a “thinking inside the box” approach—looking at your case from perspective of the jurors—those chosen to sit in the box and decide who should prevail. We present your case to the jury by telling a persuasive and compelling story about how and why your accident happened and how it has impacted your life.
With that in mind, we use witnesses, exhibits and work with highly qualified experts to assist a jury understanding why and how your accident happened and convince them why they should find in your favor. We often work with the best computer graphics artists in the country to prepare multimedia presentations that engage the jury and tell your story in a visual, compelling way.
Some of the techniques we may use in your case include:
- 3-D Exhibits
- Accident Recreations
- Video “Day-in-the-Life” Presentations
- Realistic Graphics
- Medical Demonstrations
- Investigation Video
The FELA and personal injury attorneys at Myers Lafferty believe these tools are vital in teaching jurors about the technical aspects of your case. They help them to understand your case and how your injuries have affected your life and the lives of your loved ones. Most of all, they help you win.