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 Mar 25, 2020

In this case an elderly gentleman was hospitalized following a bout with influenza. While in the hospital, he developed respiratory distress and passed away. The autopsy report revealed bronchopneumon ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

Many juries have a difficult time understanding the concept of a coup-contrecoup injury. They don’t understand why a blow to the back of the head would result in damage to the front of the brain, or ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

Bates-stamping. Let TEI assist with exhibit scanning and organization. We can apply your bates stamps and supply the stamped PDF documents to you. We can also apply bates stamps to lite ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 25, 2020

The scenario: You arrive at a deposition and begin questioning the witness about your client's automobile accident. The witness describes the accident in detail, yet the description sounds drastically ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

There are times when a simple 2-dimensional illustration of the anatomy is not sufficient. When the objective is to show the exact size and location of an organ or pathology, it is often necessary to ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video must be worth at least a million.When trying to describe a system or mechanism, a series of images would be helpful, but if the system involves mot ...

By Trial Exhibits on Apr 12, 2019

After viewing 3D animations or exploring the rotational possibilities of 3D interactive exhibits, few would doubt the value of this powerful technology. Regretfully, many have come to believe that a c ...