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A Juror Just Entered A Crime Scene – Without Even Being There

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Virtual Reality (VR) is now reality – in fact, the Oculus Rift may already be in your house, perhaps in your TV den or your teenager’s room. But, for a moment, imagine an experience beyond gaming, or your favorite movie. The sensation of presence – the feeling as though you’re actually there changes everything, including the legal profession.

For attorneys, one of the biggest challenges faced in a case is showing the decision makers or jury what actually happened at a crime scene or at the precise instant of impact during a  catastrophic injury. Now, imagine taking a juror to that decisive moment through immersive virtual reality, and suddenly, groundbreaking changes in the law are about to unfold.

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Now a jury can actually “see” the moment the catastrophic incident took place

As a point of reference, 71 years after the Nuremberg trials began, the Bavarian State criminal office (LKA) in Munich has created a virtual reality version of the Auschwitz concentration camp to assist with the continued prosecutions.

The Lamber Goodnow team is now the first personal injury practice group in the country to offer this state-of-the-art virtual reality technology to aggressively defend your rights and the rights of your loved ones in cases involving catastrophic injuries.

Lamber Goodnow. Oculus Rift. Changing the legal landscape – for good.

Call 800-283-2529 for a FREE consultation to see if our team may be able to represent your case using this bleeding-edge technology.

With Lamber Goodnow’s Immersive Virtual Reality, A Decision-Maker or Juror Will Never Look At A Case The Same Way Again™

The Lamber Goodnow team has partnered with Kitchen Sink Studios, an acclaimed creative agency that is on the leading edge of the VR movement, to work on its Oculus-based VR projects.  In order to make a scene as accurate as possible, Kitchen Sink works with engineers, reconstructionists and other experts, and then translates that data into an immersive 3D world.