Helpful Resources on Trial Exhibits and Litigation Strategies

Focus Graphics, Meeting with Focus Group

Demonstratives Can Get You to a Larger Settlement Faster

November 30, 2020

In these pandemic times, where trials are few and far between, the defense often believes they have the upper hand because they can simply starve you out. They figure that eventually you and your client will cave and accept an…

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Demonstrative Exhibits for Focus Groups

How to Get Your Demonstratives Admitted as Evidence

November 6, 2020

One of the biggest mistakes I have seen during my years as a trial lawyer is attorneys who do not understand the rules of evidence. Understanding your state’s rules of evidence or the federal rules of evidence is critical leading…

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Colorized CT scan of a foreign object left inside a patient during a surgery

Animations Assist in Significant Settlement for Retained Surgical Object Case

October 19, 2020

A 12-inch sponge was left in the abdomen of Chris Russell’s client after a surgery. The subsequent misdiagnosis by the radiologist and treating doctor left Russell’s client in pain for many months. Mr. Russell came to us for several illustrations…

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Broken neck surgery

Medical Illustrations Help Take $0 Offer to 7-figure Settlement

October 4, 2020

Adam Muslusky and April Bonifatto’s client lived the nightmare that happens too often – a commercial vehicle ran a red light, turning left, and slammed into the minivan being driven by their client, crumpling the front end and deploying airbags.…

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A model of a construction frame

Construction Injury Animation Helps Return a $1.3M+ Settlement

September 17, 2020

During construction of a custom home in New Mexico, a crane operator was laying beams with the assistance of the crew on the house and on the ground. Two framers helped position the beams and removed the dowels securing the…

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Markings in the Sportsman’s Royal Manor

Suite of Demonstratives Help Jury Return $38.6M Verdict in Wrongful Death Case

September 4, 2020

A lack of security at an apartment complex resulted in the fatal shooting of a Nevada Army National Guard Specialist. Two men approached Dylan Salazar in the parking lot of Sportsman’s Royal Manor apartment complex in an attempt to steal…

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An injury in the arm

$5M Settlement in Gunshot Case Using Animation

August 23, 2020

What should have just been a normal bus ride for William Sykes’ client turned into a nightmare as he was targeted by a disgruntled bus driver. After arguing on the bus, the bus driver and passenger disembarked, and the bus…

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A model of the nerves in the hips

Confidential Slip and Fall Settlement Using Suite of Illustrations

July 30, 2020

Joshua Benson’s client suffered significant injuries after a slip and fall in a hotel buffet line – a lumbar herniation which required a lumbar laminectomy, decompression, and medial facetectomy shortly after the injury, and eventually a lumbar fusion of L4-S1.…

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A plateu surgery

Undisclosed Settlement Using Tibial Plateau Fracture Animation

July 20, 2020

Attorney Jamie Cogburn approached us a couple of weeks before two cases were headed to trial and needed some animations to show surgical procedures that were performed on his clients. He didn’t have a lot of time but needed animations…

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A slice through the head

$2.5M Settlement in Motor Vehicle Crash

July 6, 2020

An attorney needed a graphic to show the vast array of injuries his client sustained when he was ejected through the front windshield of a van in which he was a passenger. The client was a young man who had…

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Traumatic Brain Injury Caused by Hypoxia

Undisclosed Settlement using Hypoxia Animation

June 19, 2020

In a recent month-long medical malpractice trial, attorney Sean Claggett was faced with the task of explaining to a jury how the lack of oxygen to the brain caused irreversible brain damage in his client. The defendant hospital argued at…

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timeline of events

Confidential Global Settlement Using System Failure Timeline

May 13, 2020

One of the most enjoyable things working in this field is collaborating with our customers on important projects, and that is just what we did for Allasia Brennan. She came to us with a very complex case against a hospital.…

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