What Value Do Medical Animations Have in Court?
Essential health information tends to get weighed down by technical terminology and complex medical functionality. That’s why Advocacy Digital Media proudly helps lawyers and their clients communicate complicated facts, evidence, and information through state-of-the-art animations and digital renderings. Still not sure what value medical animations have in court or how they can help your case?
That’s OK. We’re ready to sit down with you for an initial informational meeting to discuss the ways that our advanced digital renderings and legal demonstratives can strengthen the validity of your case.
The Value of Medical Animations for Legal Proceedings
Don’t waste the time and effort you’ve put into your case. Encapsulate the facts and evidence in the clearest and most concise way possible—with a medical animation.
Advocacy Digital Media is a believer in the power of animation. As a creative agency made up of expert storytellers, we have dedicated our professional careers to becoming industry leaders in our field. And over the years, we have repeatedly seen the positive impact that our animations have had on the lives of injury victims.
Injuries happen in the blink of an eye. Telling a jury, “My client was injured when the other car hit them,” is not as effective as showing them the step-by-step mechanics of what occurred and how it caused them harm.
Medical animations can effectively be used across a wide range of personal injury claims, including:
- Car and truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Surgical errors
- Birth injuries
- Nursing home abuse and neglect
- Dangerous and defective products
- Slip and fall accidents
- Dog and animal attacks
- Maritime accidents
- Railroad accidents
The tangible value of medical animations can be found in the multi-million dollar settlements that our work has helped lawyers recover on their clients’ behalf.
Injuries Tell Stories—Crafting Compelling Visual Elements
When compensation for your client is on the line, don’t risk leaving the case outcome to chance. With a high-quality, admissible medical animation, you can:
- Connect with jurors on a deeper and more meaningful level
- Communicate large amounts of information in simple, easy-to-understand formats
- Visualize the injury in a way that makes sense
- Highlight medical errors and negligence
- Showcase different prospectives and angles
- Identify anatomy
- Re-create timelines of events
- And so much more
We are at the forefront of legal animation technology. This includes our trademarked 3D Realization™ service, which uses CT and MRI scan results to build the most accurate 3D models possible.
As a lawyer, it’s your role to stay in control of the narrative. Our animations are crafted in stunning detail and can provide the critical visual evidence and support that you need to speak your client’s truth.
Judges and Juries Aren’t Medical Experts
Between undergrad, medical school, and residency, most doctors commit anywhere from 10 to 14 years of their lives to the pursuit of becoming a medical expert.
Judges and juries aren’t medical experts. But with the right medical animation, they don’t have to be.
Advocacy Digital Media makes communicating large amounts of medical terminology, jargon, and lingo easy. And with accurate 3D digitization, legal demonstrative, or medical animation, you can increase comprehension of the facts of the case.
Accurate and Descriptive Medical Animations for the Courtroom
Maximizing personal injury settlements and awards is often reliant on simplifying the facts of the case. And that’s what Advocacy Digital Media is here to help you do.
Using the latest technology and techniques in the world of legal demonstratives and reconstructions, we create completely customized and wholly accurate medical animations for lawyers nationwide.
We’re here to help you educate, engage, and persuade. Let’s get the conversation started. Contact us today to learn more about the value that medical animations can provide your current case. There’s no risk or obligation associated with this first informational meeting.