Demonstrative Evidence

Our Denver Personal Injury Attorneys Use Effective Legal Strategies in the Courtroom

With more than 175 years of combined legal experience, Denver Trial Lawyers has guided hundreds of clients through the Colorado legal system. We know that most jurors are visual learners. That is why our team prepares demonstrative evidence to use in support of our clients’ arguments. We work with a variety of experts in the graphic design, engineering, and medical fields to provide clear evidence to help jurors see the facts of the cases we represent. If you or a loved one have suffered an injury because of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, our Denver personal injury lawyers can help. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.

Learn How Our Cutting Edge Technology Can Help Build Your Case

Courtroom technology is a key element of our litigation strategy. We use technology to support expert testimony, as well as to help jurors understand various aspects of the case. Our firm utilizes the latest technology and creative design techniques to build representations of accidents, medical procedures, and more. This lets us present a clear picture of what truly happened to our injured clients.

Our demonstrative evidence incorporates:

  • Graphic design
  • 3-D anatomical models
  • Video animation
  • Computer images
  • Still boards

In addition, we work with engineering experts who specialize in accident reconstruction. This involves recreating collisions using photos of the scene, police reports, google maps, and witness statements. Our videos and graphic design models are accurate down to the last detail to show exactly where, how, and when the accident took place according to evidence gathered at the scene. This helps jurors visualize the accident and understand who is responsible.

When we use demonstrative evidence in support of our clients’ claims, we know the importance of having high quality visual representations for the jury to see. That is why we work with experts who use state-of-the-art technology to design accurate, thorough, and precise recreations for our case. Our firm uses demonstrative evidence to present and explain critical aspects of each case to the jury, letting them see for themselves what actually happened to our clients.

Demonstrative Evidence for Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice cases can be especially difficult for jurors to understand due to complicated physical injuries and lengthy medical terms. However, with demonstrative evidence, we have found that jurors are able to understand the important facts of each case much more easily. We meet with respected surgeons to recreate surgeries from beginning to end, and we have them explain complex medical procedures to the jury. Our team then works with medical illustrators and graphic designers to provide detailed, accurate depictions and anatomical models. Using these visual examples, we can explain injuries and medical treatment methods to the members of the jury.

Call Denver Trial Lawyers Today at (303) 586-3638 for Efficient Legal Services

At Denver Trial Lawyers, we go the extra mile for our clients. Our use of demonstrative evidence sets us apart from our competitors. We know how to work with experts to reconstruct accidents and medical procedures, and we dedicate our time and resources to help jurors understand the essential elements of our cases. If you or a loved one have suffered an injury due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, we are here to help. Our Denver personal injury attorneys are passionate about guiding clients through the Colorado legal system, and we can fight to maximize the amount of compensation you may be entitled to. From start to finish, we can guide you through the process.

For aggressive and efficient representation in a personal injury case, contact our firm today. We offer free consultations for your convenience.

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