Seeing is Believing
Attorneys throughout the country use video for demonstrative evidence, and they choose Evidence Video because of our incontestable success record. To date, Evidence Video has been involved in over $2.5 billion in Verdicts and Settlements.
We produce over 200 videos every year and have produced thousands of Day in the Life Videos, Progressive Videos and Settlement Videos since our founding in 1988 by Gera-Lind Kolarik. Evidence Video has a full-service team of talented specialists with a combined 21 Emmy Awards among them.
Gera-Lind is an Emmy Award-winning television news journalist and best-selling author who previously worked for the City News Bureau, and for the Chicago CBS and ABC news affiliates for more than a decade.
At the forefront of her industry, Ms. Kolarik has personally been involved in many trials as a leading expert in her field. She also has presented numerous legal educational seminars for many leading legal organizations, including the Chicago Bar Association, Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Illinois State Bar Continuing Legal Education Series, Milwaukee Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association and Lorman Education Services. Visit Gera-Lind’s Wikipedia Page.
Utilizing investigative reporting skills that have been honed over 42 years, Evidence Video’s work personalizes the plaintiff and brings the argument to life, maximizing the verdict or settlement value of an attorney’s cases. Gera-Lind and her team understand how to capture catastrophic medical malpractice injuries and damages in wrongful death cases, or accidents. View the Case Law.
To date, no video produced by Evidence Video has ever been barred by a trial judge in court or ruled that it could not be admitted into evidence.
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Evidence Video’s seasoned team includes a combination lawyer/nurse, a former national news anchor, a media editor, three journalists, a marketing specialist, three video editing specialists, and camera crews. Mary Laney, winner of 12 Emmy Awards, as well as Peabody Award winner, is an Evidence Video producer, scriptwriter and narrator for our Settlement Documentaries. She is also former director of WMAQ-TV and a reporter with WBBM and WMAQ in Chicago.
Rogelio Gazga is a cameraman and editor with over 20 years of experience in production. Along with business partner Roger Gazga, they shoot and edit many of the settlement documentaries for Evidence Video since 1999. Roger Schatz, formerly anchorman and reporter with WBBM-TV and CBS Radio, works as a script writer and narrator for documentaries used in mediation. He began working for Evidence Video in 1995. Laura Lamar, nurse/attorney, joined Evidence Video in 2007. She writes articles for legal publications discussing the use of video at trial. Along with her invaluable medical and legal expertise, she also coordinates many of the continuing education seminars.
Many of the crew are bilingual and when necessary, we use certified interpreters.