We live in a world of the YouTube effect where videos show us what actually happened versus what people believe actually happened. This is why videos provide value as well as crucial evidence in transportation litigation. Listen to lawyers, Andrew Stephenson and Douglas Marcello, as they give their expert opinion on how Lytx DriveCam® has helped their clients during litigation.
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