VIDEO BLOG:  Using Technology in a California Personal Injury Trial
In today’s digital and technology-driven world, it is a good idea to use technology to present your case in court. Simply presenting evidence orally is quickly becoming outdated and even boring. Whether it is a powerpoint presentation, a keynote presentation, a slideshow or a video, technology is an innovative way to present your evidence in court. For example, if you can take a video of your injuries right after they happen, it will be much more powerful to present that video in court than to just show pictures of your injuries. For more information on how to make your court case technologically savvy, contact San Diego personal injury attorney Mark C. Blane. Call toll free today at 888-845-6269 or visit his website, where you can order a FREE copy of his book, California Personal Injury Guide: The Ten Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Claim, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer.

Mark C. Blane is a San Diego Personal Injury Attorney, and the managing lawyer of the Law Offices of Mark C. Blane, a San Diego, California Personal Injury Law Firm dedicated to representing families of people injured in personal injury accidents including car accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, product defects, and the like. If you or a loved one has been killed or injured in an accident in San Diego, or Southern California, due to the negligence of another, please order your free copy of Mr. Blane's book, The 10 Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Case, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer. It is full of helpful information that will help you protect your legal rights and it normally sells for $16.95.  However, it is free to all California residents, or those injured in an California accident.

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Krasney Law 09/21/2017 03:08 AM
Hi, Mark, Yes, you saying right, due to the latest technologies all things are obvious and with the help of power point presentation and video contributing to present evidence in a court
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