Law Firms seeking Buffalo Day In The Life Legal Video retain Andrew Colton for “Day In The Life Video,” Settlement Documentary and “Life After Loss®” Video production. Visit the homepage here.
Andrew Colton is an award-winning former on-air network news correspondent retained by more than 100 of North America’s leading personal injury and Plaintiff’s attorneys as the premiere producer of Day In The Life Video, Life After Loss® documentaries and settlement brochure legal video.
Andrew’s clients seek a communication expert — someone who understands the “Reptile” approach. Andrew is not a court reporter with a camera. His legal documentaries have helped induce more than $1B in settlements.
Andrew Colton’s videos routinely lead to record and landmark settlements, presenting cases and clients in a way that truly represents the strength and impact of your argument. He is the leader in Buffalo Day In The Life Legal Video. His legal video documentaries evoke empathy and anger in a way that briefs and powerpoint presentations can not.
Buffalo Legal Video Expertise
Andrew is retained Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Truck Accident, Products Liability, Mass Transit Disaster, Gentamicin, Mesothelioma, Chemical Poisoning, Theme Park Injury, Police Misconduct, Wrongful Death, Aviation, Maritime and Family Law Cases. Andrew’s work has helped induce nearly $1B in settlements and has been utilized by the United States Department of Justice.
There is never a charge for reasonable domestic travel and there is no confidentiality-risking entourage. Andrew logs more than 100,000 airline miles each year working with clients on location.
Andrew is personally responsible for all shooting, editing, interviewing and narrative development. Learn more about pricing here. While nearly all of Andrew’s cases end in settlement, there is never a charge to re-edit for trial admissibility.
For Buffalo Day In The Life Video, Legal Video, Legal Settlement Video and Life After Loss® Video, call today, toll free: 877-484-4611, or use the form below. Let’s confidentially discuss your case.