Young Girl Falls 50 Feet at Church Camp
Golden Advocate Award Winner Ted Wacker Uses 3D Animations to Highlight Factors Leading to Fall

A camp rock-climbing tower instructor in California disregarded safety protocol by delegating the responsibility of a young girl’s safety rope to untrained minors. Orange County attorney Ted Wacker, of the Law Offices of Ted B. Wacker, requested DK Global’s knowledge in producing a powerful 3D animation that demonstrated the shocking outcome of the camp instructor’s poor decision.

The animation begins with a Google Earth view setting the location. As the camera zooms in, it transitions to the 50-foot climbing tower. The scene continues to unfold, and the camera displays the position of the camp instructor who was responsible for the safety of the children. The young and untrained minors holding the safety rope are also shown. Using custom graphics, we see the young girl at the top of the climbing tower as she starts the process of being lowered. Meanwhile, one of the young and inexperienced fellow campers, let’s go of the rope. This immediately causes the young girl to fall down the tower at a high speed. As she forcibly hits the ground below, she breaks her back in two places consisting of a T7 compression fracture and an L1 complex fracture.

Trial attorney and Golden Advocate Award Winner, Ted Wacker, has been litigating cases for nearly 25 years. He specializes in catastrophic injury cases including personal injury, medical malpractice, elder abuse, and mass tort cases. A truly superior attorney, in 2013 and 2014, Mr. Wacker tried numerous cases and won them all in 2013 and 2014, receiving higher verdicts than the last demand. He has also been selected as a California Super Lawyer for 2013-2017. Today, Ted Wacker continues to fight for his clients and provides the results they desperately deserve.

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