By Trial Exhibits on Jul 31, 2020

E-cigarettes (vaping) have taken the market by storm, but it is also facing a growing number of lawsuits all too familiar with its predecessor, the traditional cigarette. Vaping, the relatively n ...

By Trial Exhibits on May 27, 2020

Product liability lawsuits keep growing against 3M who produced the dual-ended Combat Arms earplugs. These earplugs were worn by service men and women from 2003 to 2015. It is claimed that defects in ...

By Trial Exhibits on May 14, 2020

Since the late 1980’s, Physicians have prescribed proton pump inhibitors (“PPIs”) to treat the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (“GERD”) and other conditions involving e ...

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 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 ...

By Trial Exhibits on Jun 9, 2020

When most people think of vascular disease, they generally think of coronary artery blockages and heart attacks. Perhaps it’s not heart disease but strokes that come to mind. Certainly, both of thes ...

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 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 ...