It was the circus accident heard around the world. On May 4, 2014, eight performers with Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus were set to perform a routine known as the “human chandelier” where eight women hang from their hair nearly 30 feet above ground when it collapsed. Many of the performers suffered severe and life-altering injuries.
Attorney and partner Mike Krzak and Senior Partner, Tom Prindable of Clifford Law Offices were called in to handle any legal action on behalf of seven of the young women. Evidence Video representatives made the trip out to Boston to document the performers’ injuries. Many of the performers had just had surgery when Evidence Video first saw them. Following the first set of Day in the Life Videos, Clifford Law Offices held a press conference, where the injuries and the incident were further discussed. Evidence Video was on hand to film it.