What Court Resources Should You Pay For?

Apr 13 2015 | posted by Giles-Parscale

As a lawyer, there are dozens of court resources and litigation support services you can take advantage of. There are process servers, transcriptionists, photographers, videographers, records experts, and much, much more.

But which court resources are most worthy of your hard-earned cash? And which ones will be most effective for your clients and cases? Here are just a few you can benefit from:

·  Record retrieval – Records are some of the most important pieces of evidence you can get your hands on—especially in personal injury, accident, and malpractice cases. They can shed light on the total amount of damages owed, and they can go a long way in swaying a judge or jury in your client’s favor.

·  Videography – They say seeing is believing, and this is certainly true in the courtroom. Evidence that jurors and judges can see is almost always more effective than intangible evidence like stats, numbers, and written testimony. So why not go all out and give your court as much visual evidence as possible? Find a videographer to help you create day-in-the-life videos, or capture those absentee witnesses’ testimonies on film to really drive the point home. You can even take video of an accident scene or stage a reenactment.

·  Online file storage – Also called an online repository, online file storage options allow you to eliminate bulky boxes, folders, and files from your workspace. Instead, you can access your documents and evidence digitally, using only a computer, tablet, phone, or other device. This is perfect for use in the courtroom, allowing you to pull up evidence and documentation on the fly.

Need court resources to lighten your workload and improve your current case? Contact LORR today. We offer expert videographers, photographers, process servers, record retrieval experts, and more. We can even create an online repository just for your firm.