Helpful Resources on Trial Exhibits and Litigation Strategies

$8.25M Settlement in Construction Liability Case

September 13, 2023

Construction workers are tasked with maintaining standards and adhering to building codes in order to keep the end users of the space safe. What happens, though, when those workers aren’t given the same consideration and are sent in to work…

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How Visuals Make Your Expert Look Like an Expert

August 26, 2023

Medical illustrations and animations are used regularly by top trial lawyers during their expert testimony. The question is WHY these top trial lawyers feel that it’s necessary to use medical illustrations and animations during trial with their experts. Can’t an…

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Med-Mal Spine Surgery Case Settles for 7-figures

August 11, 2023

People put a lot of trust in their doctors, literally putting their lives in the hands of these highly trained professionals in the hopes that the outcome helps with whatever ails them. It can be devastating to learn that surgery…

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Know Your Case (Part 3) – Medical Cost Projections

July 29, 2023

In our last article, we discussed the importance of having a clear picture of your client’s medical history, including past and current treatment for their injuries related to their personal injury case. How you use this information is crucial to…

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grocery store premises liability case

Grocery Store Premises Liability Case Settles for $2M Using Animated Storyboard

June 27, 2023

As consumers, we visit stores and other places of business on a regular basis. It can be assumed that any place of business that welcomes the public would make an effort, and has a responsibility, to provide a safe atmosphere…

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Know Your Case (Part 2) – What Should a Lawyer do with Medical Records?

June 20, 2023

In our previous article, we discussed the importance of obtaining all of the medical records from your client’s treating providers for their personal injury claim and completing a comprehensive chronological medical summary. The foundation of any personal injury case is…

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$1.15M Settlement in Slip & Fall at Movie Theater

June 6, 2023

Going to see a movie in a theater is an entire experience…the smell of the popcorn, the excitement of the previews, and finally, the main reason you are there, the feature presentation. For attorney Jonathan P. Crannell’s client, a 65-yr…

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Know Your Case (Part 1) – Pretty Pictures Won’t Save it, so Know Your Client’s Medical History

May 23, 2023

PowerPoint presentations with fancy screen fades and bullet points for a trial were once considered on the cutting edge. Now PowerPoint presentations are almost necessary to captivate and focus the jury on your argument. We’ve learned over time that a…

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dog bite repair

Dog Bite Surgical Repair

April 25, 2023

Our last post showed the devastating effects of a dog bite suffered during an attack. Showing mechanism of injury (MOI) is often important so that the jury can see exactly how the injury occurred. It is also important to show…

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a dog attacking a woman

Dog Bite Animation Shows Attack and Resulting Injury

April 12, 2023

A walk down a quiet street on a beautiful day was all a young woman had in mind for the morning. At a walled home up ahead, the gate opened to allow a vehicle to leave. The woman thought nothing…

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Read End Collision Results, Focus Graphics

TBI Essentials

March 29, 2023

We all know traumatic brain injury cases are often the most valuable cases we will have at our firms. It is also a fact that many of our traumatic brain injury cases are not the type that are obvious on…

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A Locked in Syndrome Case Diagram With Graph

$47M Verdict in “Locked-In” Syndrome Case

March 14, 2023

A fall one evening prompted Amy Geiler’s family to take her to MountainView Hospital’s emergency room for treatment. Upon arriving and being examined, it was determined that her sodium levels were dangerously low (hyponatremia) and she was dehydrated, so saline…

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