We create graphics that make complex evidence easy to understand and remember. Our visuals also make a statement that the facts are on your side and you are fully prepared for trial. Prior to trial, clear visuals help to validate eyewitness accounts or expert opinions and efficiently inform the legal team of key discoveries.
Our services include documentation, analysis, and presentation of site conditions, relevant codes, and possible scenarios to support eyewitness accounts and expert opinions, aid in depositions or mediation, and present in court. Typically we will we partner with your expert and cost effectively assist them from discovery through final trial presentation.
Design Vision's founder, Chris LeBlanc has an education in architecture and over 20 years experience providing forensic 3d reconstruction and visualization services. His background is ideally suited for assisting legal teams on cases that require a forensic architect or engineer as an expert witness. Chris has experience on a range of case types and services related to preparation of expert witness reports and trial presentations.
Call Chris at 337-593-9250 to discuss preparing for your next deposition, mediation, or trial. He will take your call personally and handle all aspects of your case himself.
The following are examples of exhibits produced while working with an expert witness in developing reports and trial presentations. In addition to 3d visualization, we also produce any charts, timelines, maps, etc. that are needed to support the opinion. Our services are not limited to creating presentation after an opinion is developed. The same site documentation drawings created for presentation are an invaluable and time saving tool for the expert in developing their opinion and can be useful in acquiring clear testimony during depositions.
Fall from Height
3D Reconstruction of Site
Animated Reenactment Comparing Body Size to Railing Spacing
Visualization of Expert Witness' Design Mitigation Suggestion
Integration of 3D Medical Scans Showing Injury
- 3D Reconstruction of Site
Security Footage Analysis
- Animated Storyboard
- Timeline / Graphing of Accumulated Rainfall and Weight on Roof
- Building Code Research
- Analysis of Opposing Expert's Opinion
Animated Storyboard of Eyewitness Testimony
An animated storyboard is a very flexible tool during mediation and in preparation for trial. In an animated storyboard we clearly document key points in the sequence of events, generally based on eyewitness testimony. Once clearly distilled in such a format, the plausibility of an eyewitness account can be effectively evaluated. If it is determined that a full motion animation is needed, the assets created for animated storyboards can be further developed for that purpose.
Educating the Jury: Construction Sequence
When making an argument that depends on clearly understanding a complex sequence of events, it is critical to simplify concepts as much as possible. This is a series of trial exhibits created to educate on the fundamentals of a construction sequence which was critical to the expert witness' argument. While photos of the construction existed, they seemed to confuse more than clarify, as can be seen in the last frame of this sequence.
- Premises Liability
- Design Defects
- Construction Defects
- Insurance Defense
- Insurance Claim Dispute
- Slip, Trips and Falls
- Fall From Height
- Automotive Accidents / Reconstruction
- Parking Lot Safety
- Human Factors
- Industrial / Workplace Safety
- Building Systems
- Violation of Codes / Standards of Care
- Building Code Violations
- Life Safety Code Violations
- ADA Code Violations
- 3D Reconstruction / Visualization
- As Built Documentation
- Site / Scene Documentation
- Maps / Plans / Perspectives
- Animated Reenactment
- Security Footage Analysis / Recreation
- Slideshow / Storyboards
- Slide Presentations
- Information Visualization
- Photograph Analysis
- Photo Restoration / Recreation
- Organizing / Hyperlinking Design Documents
- Discover of Design Drawings
- Analysis and Presentation of Repair / Maintenance Record
- Code Research
- Interactive PDF Reports