Legal Video

Andrew Colton is the nation’s premiere legal video producer. Retained by more than 100 law firms who seek a communications professional, Andrew Colton is the go-to guy for stunning day in the life legal video productions, settlement brochure legal video, and legal video settlement brochures. Andrew Colton is an award winning former network news correspondent. His work has helped induce nearly $1B in settlements nationwide. He is routinely retained in high-stakes, high-value personal injury, day in the life legal video andrew colton legal settlement videotruck accident, medical malpractice, aviation disaster, products liability, toxic tort and wrongful death cases.  Andrew Colton does not offer deposition services. He is retained when communicating your position in a human, emotional manner is key to settling your case. Andrew is also often the first call when attorneys, attempting to save money, hire a deposition videographer to produce a legal video production, only to affirm their accurate belief that videographers who promote the “CLVS” branding are fine for deposition videography, but not for providing the creativity,  depth and breadth needed to successfully communicate your position — and represent your client — through video.

Andrew Colton’s knowledge, insight and experience using video to tell emotional and impactful stories is why he is retained by attorneys from New York City to Los Angeles and throughout the Pacific Northwest. Andrew Colton’s work has even been utilized by the United States Department of Justice in its prosecution of a major extermination company that nearly killed a family of four by using illegal chemicals. From initial contact through successful case resolution, Andrew Colton is your legal video and litigation communication partner.

Please visit the homepage of to learn more about Andrew Colton, his services, and why attorneys nationwide rely on his expertise and professionalism to make their strong cases even stronger. Telephone 877-484-4611 or use the contact form above to send a message or request access to full length, “real life” samples of his work.