Multiple Vehicle Collision Caused by Cell Phone User
Single Fatality & Others Seriously Injured

The Reconstruction Animation shown above recreates the scene and incident in which a careless driver of a full-sized van, traveling at a high rate of speed, collides into a stopped vehicle. The driver's carelessness caused disastrous damage to all three vehicles as well as the death of one passenger. This animation includes detailed scene, vehicle and character modeling, along with time compression and multiple points-of-view, which offers the viewer a sterile, clear understanding of the tragic incident.

A study from MIT proves that the human brain interprets visuals at a much higher speed than reading text-heavy documents. The intricate details of auto collisions can be difficult to relay to an audience and encourages alternate theories based on the varying levels of comprehension. DK Global has assisted numerous attorneys relay specific details of traffic and highway collisions, in a clear, compelling manner through a systematic production process that involves the review of all relevant case material and expert approval. This process has assisted in the procurement of countless favorable outcomes.


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At any given daylight moment across America, approximately 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or manipulating electronic devices while driving, a number that has held steady since 2010.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration |
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Sales & Production Liaison
Senior Visual Consultant
Although the facts and outcomes presented in this email are intended to be true and accurate, they represent the reporting of a unique matter and do not imply or guarantee any type of result or outcome for matters in which DK Global is involved.

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