Ted DeCagna has been called upon numerous times to shoot construction site defects and problems.  Ted’s photographs have been used as critical evidence photography to win major law suits.

One Princeton educational company hired a major construction company to build a state-of-the-art (Home Depot) sized building for their educational needs. After the installation of dozens of huge windows in this contemporary glass building, subtle defects were discovered in the glass with many, but not all windows.  The defect itself was visible but very nuanced, and in many cases changed depending on the temperature and angle of the sun. In laymen’s terms, many of the interior of the windows appeared to have a rippling, plastic visual inside the windows, and was very noticeable and disturbing depending on how the light struck the windows. This defect was very obvious especially when dark outside. Ted was asked to photograph over 350 windows over a four day period in extreme weather conditions: cold, wind and darkness. The visual defects varied. Ted’s final photos were so dramatic and effective at capturing the defects that the law suit was settled quickly before even going to court!

To read actual client testimonial about this assignment please read: Review 1 at https://www.teddecagnaphotography.com/reviews/

Another law firm needed a personal injury photographer to capture a gaping defect in the sidewalk in a busy Princeton shopping area that resulted in a fractured leg. Ted was able to capture the unusually high defect in the concrete walkway that led to his client falling and fracturing her leg.  Ted used a great prop, a measuring tape adhered to a small acrylic frame placed in the exact spot of the concrete defect to visually demonstrate the unusually deep edge of the curb that led to her fall.  This simple photographic evidence was a very valuable tool for the attorney representing the injured party.

Ted was recently called upon to a school near Philadelphia to shoot the rooms where an alleged sexual assault took place. This included capturing multiple angles of the rooms and video so a jury could well understand the layout and disheveled condition of the rooms where the assault took place.

So if you need a personal injury photographer,  construction evidence photographer, or crime scene evidence photographer NJ, look no further than Ted DeCagna who will deliver meticulous photos that capture the proof needed to win your case.


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