Medical Animations to be used in Court
Have you ever heard the term “Medical Animation?” You may not have, but if you have an upcoming court case like a lawsuit or criminal trial, you definitely should learn about it. Medical animation is the use of full-motion computer graphics to recreate an event such as an automobile accident, an assault, or how a medical mistake was made. If your case is dependant on a story just told by someone, you need to look into a way of showing it. This is also known an demonstrative evidence, and your judge and jury far and away prefer this type of proof.
This type of animation is not about generating pretty pictures. Computer forensic animations are revolutionizing the way information is being presented in today’s courtrooms. For example, rather than simply viewing a map of the site of an automobile accident and the pictures of the resulting damage, jurors can watch a re-creation of the medical accident as described by witnesses and other experts.
These animations should be a fundamental piece in your legal presentations, especially in personal injury, criminal defense, and civil rights cases, where determining a verdict can be a very difficult task and where demonstrative evidence can become a powerful persuasion tool. Allowing the jury and judge to actually see the evidence will take your case from a “he said, she said” to a story backed up by the facts. The value and impact that a medical animation can give to support the facts in your case cannot be overstated.
Are you now convinced that a medical animation will help make your case? The only thing left to do now is bring on the expert team to help you with it. The top professionals in the country are the animation team at Evidence Room. We have worked alongside the best lawyers in America and collaborated on several hundred trials, in every practice area. We have more than 17 years of experience in the forensic animation industry. These credentials are why our work has been featured on CBS News, CBS Crimesider, 48 Hours, and many others. Are you ready for your court case to be our next success story? Call us at (216) 502-0400 or email email@example.com to begin.