In the courtroom, lawyers need to rely on two crucial talents: their legal expertise and their ability to explain things to the jury. Lawsuits – particularly the hard cases we like to take on – can be complex, involving convoluted fact patterns and novel theories. It’s not enough that the lawyer understands them. The jury has to understand them, too. With more than a quarter of a century of trial experience, we’ve become skilled at breaking down complicated concepts, making them accessible – and convincing – to those who will decide our client’s fate. But we get some help, too.
Over the years, Mary Alexander & Associates has become known throughout California for its use of cutting-edge technology to explain intricate events and theories. Knowing that it’s always better to show than to tell, we use the latest presentation tools to demonstrate exactly what happened – and what went wrong – during the medical procedure, vehicle accident, or defect product at the heart of the case. We don’t just call on the best technology, either – but the best technical experts who help us get the most out of the tools.
Trial technology is more than an investment for us. It’s a vital resource. And when we take on a case, that’s something we never spare.