Michael S. Krzak recently authored an article that was published in the quarterly ABA Section of Litigation/Mass Torts. The article is titled Show It, Don't Tell It-Twenty-First-Century Animation in Air Crash Litigation. An excerpt appears below:
"Animations have become a very powerful tool in litigation. Created and used properly, an animation, as demonstrative evidence or more, can be a deciding factor to the jury or judge hearing the case. Created or used improperly, an animation can be misleading and lead to dangerous appellate issues. In addition, if not carefully assimilated and thought through, an animation can be turned against the presenting party by opposing counsel to make a point harmful to the client that may not have been otherwise demonstrated in a compelling manner."
Read the full article on the ABA's website to learn more about what Michael has to say on this evolving topic.