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 ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 25, 2020

In this case, it was claimed that errors committed by the doctor during the delivery of this child resulted in permanent brain damage. Specifically, the claim was that the brain was injured during the ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

How to Educate a Jury on Coup-Contrecoup Injuries   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 ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 24, 2020

Tips For Trial Preparation When Preparing For A Courtroom Presentation   Bates-stamping. Let TEI assist with exhibit scanning and organization. We can apply your bates stamps and supply ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 23, 2020

Our client faced a difficult challenge in this case while representing a surgeon who repaired the plaintiff’s broken wrist. The lateral post-operative x-ray clearly shows that one of the fixation sc ...

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

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 Mar 23, 2020

This case involved the placement of a nasogastric tube in a patient that experienced some nasal bleeding. It was claimed that the hemorrhage resulted from a penetration of the esophagus and a perforat ...

By Trial Exhibits on Mar 23, 2020

This case involved a difficult delivery where the baby’s shoulder become lodged in the mother’s pelvis resulting in injury to the nerves that extend down through the shoulder into the baby’s arm ...