Proper scene and evidence documentation are critical to successful subrogation investigations and litigation. Thorough documentation is vital for investigators to determine the origins and causes of losses so subrogation professionals can build strong cases against potential targets. Scene and evidence documentation isn’t a new concept, but rapidly advancing tools and capabilities are having a major impact on the industry.
Leading the technological revolution is three-dimensional documentation equipment. As 3D media becomes more widely accessible, it will increasingly impact subrogation investigations and trials. In our free eBook, Documenting Scenes & Evidence in Three Dimensions, you’ll see exactly how we leverage these advanced and emerging technologies to build more robust cases and achieve greater recoveries for our clients.
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Documenting Scenes & Evidence in Three Dimensions is written by Jared L. Elster and Brittany W. Karoly of Stutman Law. Mr. Elster and Ms. Karoly are members of Stutman Law’s property subrogation department. They have each been with the firm for more than 10 years and have helped Stutman Law achieve significant recoveries on many large claims and mass torts across the country.