The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on most sectors around the world, both economically and because firms have needed to adapt and reorganize. This includes those in legal personal injury.
Courts in many parts of the country have been physically closed for large parts of the last 12 months. New ways of working have had to be implemented to allow law firms to continue their business operations.
This includes communication and engagement with plaintiffs, defence teams, expert witnesses, and the courts remotely. Additionally, courts are not planned to open until 2022 in some states, making it increasingly more difficult to get personal injury cases resolved quickly. Due to these remote mediations taking place online, attorneys need the most efficient way to solve these cases.
Medical illustrations are commonly used in personal injury cases as demonstrable evidence, providing an informative view of a client’s injuries and medical condition. This fosters a common ground understanding between the parties involved in a court case and if appropriate, the jury members, hopefully leading to an expedited agreement or settlement. However, these illustrations can be very time consuming to produce.
This is where 3D exhibits of a client’s injury can show their worth. 3D exhibits can be produced in a much shorter timeframe than medical illustrations and highlight the client’s injury in much more detail than using 2D scans. Using these 3D exhibits, you can enhance the understanding of a case for all involved as the exhibits we provide are so accurate, making it a lot easier for medical professionals to explain the models importance and the injuries involved and make decision making for judges and jurors a whole lot easier.
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