The leading producer in the United States of legal video documentaries, including “Day In The Life Legal Video,” “Life After Loss™” and “Settlement Brochure” productions is on call for Ebola-related evidence preservation.
Andrew Colton, retained by more than 50 law firms nationwide for high-impact legal video production, says it’s likely a matter of when — not if — Ebola-related litigation is initiated.
“As sad and disturbing as it is,” says Colton, “the domestic Ebola cases that are being reported are possibly the result of the improper training, improper hospital procedures, a lack of understanding of CDC protocols and a laissez faire attitude by hospital administrators. These are the classic elements in medical malpractice cases.”
Colton, routinely retained in multi-million dollar medical malpractice and personal injury litigation, says preserving emotional and physical evidence as these cases play out is vital to successful litigation, should litigation be appropriate.
“It’s not just the patient, but everyone around the patient who is being impacted by Ebola,” adds Colton. “Documenting the emotion is imperative.”
Attorneys initiating Ebola related litigation are encouraged to visit ColtonCreative.com or telephone 1-877-484-4611 to confidentially discuss their case.
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