Oklahoma Attorney Defends Trucker Hit by Vehicle
Multiple Perspectives Animation Tells Defendant's Story

Attorney Joseph Farris of Franden, Farris, Quillin, Goodnight Roberts reached out to DK Global for a reconstruction of a traffic collision that took place on a state highway. The Plaintiff’s vehicle crossed over the traffic lines and straight into Mr. Farris' client’s truck. Our presentation pulled three perspectives into one, creating an encompassing visual that told the story of the incident from a bird’s eye view, as well as through the eyes of the Defendant and the witness.

We are pulled into frame following the Plaintiff's vehicle as it slams headfirst into the Defendant’s truck. A replay places us in the driver’s seat of the Defendant’s truck as he sees the Plaintiff's vehicle crossing into oncoming traffic and heading right toward him. The Defendant swerves in an effort to avoid the hit but isn’t able to evade the impact.

A third perspective comes into play as we view the ordeal from the witness’ perspective. Incorporating this view allows us to see the alignment of their experience, vouching for the accuracy of the Defendant's story. After a three-day trial, there was a unanimous defense verdict on behalf of Mr. Farris's client.

Joseph Farris has tried hundreds of cases, both before a judge and jury, within numerous practice areas. He is a fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers both organizations only accepting the elite, top 1%, of trial lawyers in the nation and internationally. He has consistently been ranked in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers for Oklahoma. For the last 10 years he has been ranked within the top 50 Super Lawyers and for the last 6 years has been ranked within the top 10 Super Lawyers in Oklahoma.

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