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Trial Exhibits, Inc

Litigation Consulting & Visual Aid Specialist

 

Trial Exhibits has over 25 years of experience and involvement in thousands of jury trials, mediations, and arbitrations.  Our expertise extends into all areas of trial presentation, including:


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Trial Consulting
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Courtroom Presentation
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Trial Graphics

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Medical Illustrations




















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We understand that every case is unique and therefore every trial strategy should be customized. Our staff of doctorate level jury consultants, board certified medical illustrators, graphic artists and animation professionals are available to ensure that your case is resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Trial Exhibit’s experience spans the majority of litigation areas. Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Aviation, Maritime, Environmental, Insurance, Bad Faith, Eminent Domain, Criminal, Product Liability, Labor & Employment, Toxic Tort, Patent Infringement, Contracts, and Complex Commercial Litigation are just a few areas of our expertise.



 

 

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  • Witness Preparation – The Fast Talker

    When a witness is nervous, it is common that he/she will speak quickly. The fast-paced response can cause a number of problems. Not only will jurors have difficulty understanding the witness, but he is likely to utter a response without taking the time to think first. Below are a few tips for slowing the speed of response of a witness. more