Our use of state-of-the-art technology in the preparation and presentation of every case enhances our ability to deliver clear, organized, powerful arguments that win cases. Scanning and coding documents makes managing each case easier and more efficient and computer generated animation brings our cases alive for the judge and jurors. The use of this animation to demonstrate mechanical processes or accident scenes enables our lawyers and expert witnesses to demonstrate the elements of the case in a way that static diagrams and trial boards perched on easels simply cannot.

Trial presentation software enables our attorneys to integrate and present their exhibits – documents, photographs, graphics, physical evidence, videos and animations – clearly, convincingly, seamlessly and most important, winningly, to witnesses and juries. We work closely with a highly skilled technical team to produce the most effective presentations for the jury.  Our cutting-edge technology and the experience to apply that technology effectively to win cases, has been noted as one of the features that helps Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy stand out from other firms. 

Below are but a few examples of the many exhibits and other tools that have helped us win cases.  As courtrooms become increasingly 'connected', we are able to take full advantage of these developments to virtually "put the evidence in the jury's hands" and help them reach the right decisions.

Detailed images of the parts of the body that have been subject to traumatic injury help the jury to understand medical issues behind specific claims. 

Dramatic photographs capture what went on in crucial moments better than any verbal description can.
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The use of the latest technology is useful for engaging the jury and taking full advantage of the most modern tools available during trial.


Meticulous reconstruction of how an accident occurred helps the jury understand the mechanics behind what caused the incident.


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