Attorney Video Expert - Gerry OginskiWelcome to the Lawyers’ Video Studio!

This is an exciting place to learn how to create video and to improve your attorney videos.

Hi. My name is Gerry Oginski and I want to personally welcome you here. If you don’t know me already, I am a medical malpractice and personal injury trial lawyer in practice for over 28 years here in New York. I have created over 2500 educational and informative video clips to help online viewers understand how lawsuits in the State of New York work. During that time I learned the hard way how to create good video and even bad video. I have created, produced and uploaded these videos on my own. I have also had the privilege of creating over 4000 videos for lawyers across the country.


My goal here in the Lawyers’ Video Studio is to educate you and explain why using video to market your legal services is the best tool you can possibly use to establish a bond with your online viewer. A video helps you generate trust and if done correctly, will cause your viewer to raise their hand to ask you for more information.

I invite you to explore my site, read the articles, and I encourage you to take a look at my YouTube video channel. By the way, if you’d like help getting onto video, give me a call. I can help you. If you simply need guidance and help with creating your own video, I’m available for consultation on an hourly basis. If you want an all-in-one turnkey system, I can do that too. What are you waiting for? Take that first step to star in your own video today. I’ll help you take the other steps.


There are some marketers in our legal community who are not attorneys.

Some of them are very good at what they do. Some are okay at what they do. And some of them are, let’s be polite, not as good as they claim to be.

There are other legal marketers who are attorneys but no longer practicing.

The question many attorneys have is, if these non-practicing attorneys are giving advice about how to market a law practice, but are not actively using it currently, how then can you put your faith and trust in someone who no longer practices what they preach? Again, a valid question.

Best regards,



Gerry’s Educational New York medical malpractice website.