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Blink Inks 4D Legal Films

Baldwin County, AL – Fairhope based media, marketing and advertising firm Blink Colony, LLC, announced today that it will represent Atlanta based 4D Legal Films, a company that specializes in legal settlement and sentencing mitigation presentations. Blink will market 4D Legal Films’ unique and successful approach. “Video taping depositions and ‘A Day in the Life’ videos is a common practice. That’s not what we’re about. We’re story tellers,” says founder Randy Miller. “It’s the lawyer’s job to present the facts and evidence of a case. We specialize in putting a human face on a case, creating emotion and driving home a litigant’s point of view.”

“Research shows that words alone account for about 35% of human interaction. Sixty-five percent is relayed by visual cues, body language, facial expressions, making Miller’s compelling storytelling presentations a powerful tool for attorneys,” says Blink’s Charlie Baumhauer. “We’re excited to represent such a unique company with such a focused and powerful product.”

Miller, a twenty-eight year film and video production veteran is adept at showing the consequences and wide ranging implications in personal injury, wrongful death, insurance and fraud suits. 4D Legal Films has worked with the South’s top plaintiff’s attorneys. His understanding of legal issues and consultative approach linked with his cinematic skill and experience connect fact to emotion. “Randy has produced several settlement presentations for me. Each has been successful, obtaining the desired results in settlement of the client’s case. His ability to grasp the issues in the cases was impressive and made the process very smooth. Randy was able to present the case in a creative manner which kept the viewer engaged. Randy is easy to work with, accommodating and takes ownership in the client’s cause.” said Atlanta attorney George R. Neuhauser – Partner, Nall & Miller.

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