Over the last few years many solicitors and unions have been sending their clients to us for their personal injuries claims to be photographed. The quality and detail of these accident and injury photos can have a significant effect on the outcome of personal injury claims. Our chief accident and personal injuries photographer, started life as a medical photographer at the Middlesex Hospital in Park Royal, and has been involved in some high profile legal cases in London.
Costs and Process of Personal Injury Photo Shoots- £150
You will need at least three sets of your personal injury and accident claim photos. One set for your solicitors, one set for the opposing solicitors and one set for your own reference.
We can if requested photograph your personal accident and injuries against a centimetre rule at no extra cost, to show the extent of a cuts, bruises etc. This is often required in a Court of Law. Please let us know before the accident and injury photo shoot if this is required.
The scars which are visible as a result of an injury need to be photographed in as much detail as possible. Our photographers have an expert knowledge of lighting and camera technique. In many cases the injury has healed and is difficult to see with the naked eye. Close up lenses and specialised lighting are required to achieve the best photos possible to show your personal accident and injury to achieve the best possible outcome with your personal injury claim
Photographing personal injuries claims requires the use of specialist close up lenses and lighting techniques. Don't take a chance with poor quality photos of your personal injuries taken at home. Contact Studios4u.co.uk, the personal accident and injury claim photographers
A personal injury and accident photo session at a clients house or place of work costs £350.
We will supply three sets of prints, a data disc and a covering letter stating that the images have not been digitally retouched.
The nearest main line stations are Kings Cross or St Pancras. The nearest tube is Camden or Mornington Crescent on the Northern Line. The studio is on Camden High Street about a 3 minute walk from either station. There is also plenty of parking around the studio.