Medical illustrators combine art, forensics, anatomy, and knowledge of medicine to create accurately colorized diagnostic films so that jurors can understand exactly what they are looking at, as well as to draw attention to the specific area/s of your client’s injuries.
Visual aids are more affordable than you think and can go a long way to help clients during settlement negotiations, mediation, and trial. Here is a list of the top four cost-effective visual aids that attorneys can use.
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This article introduces the attorney to the psychological aspects of injuries in personal injury cases.
This article delves into the the complexities of dealing with Traumatic Brain Injuries in personal injury cases.