By Trial Exhibits on Jun 15, 2020

Reinforced by the ribcage, the thoracic spine is generally much more stable than the cervical or lumbar regions. It is rare to see cases involving thoracic spine injury but injuries in this region can ...

By Trial Exhibits on Apr 20, 2020

For most attorneys who are considering the use of animation in their courtroom presentations, the only real question is whether to use animation or to use traditional illustration. Once the decision i ...

By Trial Exhibits on Apr 14, 2020

In recent years, 3D modeling of anatomy has become more and more popular. This is certainly understandable when you view the beauty of what can be achieved in 3D.Modern 3D technology allows for bright ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 30, 2020

In most medical cases, there is a need for the audience to understand the pertinent anatomy not in isolation, but in relationship to other structures. In a whiplash case, you need to understand the re ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 26, 2020

Trial Exhibits was recently hired to provide consulting, exhibits and trial presentation support on an extensive project. The case involved an international company which has over 740 physical locatio ...

By Trial Exhibits on May 20, 2020

This medical malpractice trial in Fairfax, VA utilized graphics, illustrations, electronic presentation, and an animation to educate the jury about a gallbladder removal surgery and the care that foll ...

By Trial Exhibits on Apr 14, 2020

In this case it was necessary to show two separate mechanisms of injury. Regretfully, this developing child was damaged in two ways: 1st by a blockage of blood flow to the brain, and 2nd by a reperfus ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 30, 2020

At Trial Exhibits, we are sometimes called upon to illustrate general theories that do not have defined specifics. In such cases, an expert witness may have an overall opinion on what occurred without ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 30, 2020

Have you ever wondered why we need to get up and move around from time to time while we fly or why a bedbound patient is more susceptible to venous thrombosis (blood clotting)? These issues of clottin ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 25, 2020

In representing anatomy for a lay audience, it is not always sufficient to limit your image to traditional exterior views or cross sectional views. Sometimes it is necessary to use transparency so tha ...