Traumatic Brain Injury cases are unique and challenging. Learn how to navigate them with the TBI Titan, Taylor Ernst from the Ernst Law Group and the experts in brain injury visuals, MediVisuals®.
MediVisuals® recently provided us with illustrations that were crucial in helping us secure a verdict of 5.65 million dollars with the only finding being “white matter lesions” on a recent challenging, non-specific brain injury case. Their effective and powerful images were key in swaying the jury to the tremendous outcome – especially since opposing counsel offered $0.Taylor Ernst, TBI Specialist – Ernst Law Group
Taylor has spoken to more than 12,000 lawyers and doctors about brain injury litigation. He has more than 20 seven-figure case results, several eight-figure results and was lead counsel on more than 15 of them. One of his most recent cases was a Traumatic Brain Injury case which resulted in a $5.65M verdict against a zero offer from the defense.
In collaboration with some of the nation’s leading medical experts and trial attorneys who specialize in traumatic brain injury (TBI), MediVisuals has developed illustrations and animations that demonstrate how traumatic brain injuries can occur, surgical procedures and mechanism of injury. MediVisuals specializes in the conceptualization and development of powerful, persuasive, and accurate visuals that make medical and technical expert testimony understandable and memorable.
Advances in MRI based neuroimaging techniques such as Diffusion Tensor Imaging, or DTI, have enabled objective evidence of diffuse axonal shearing, microscopic bleeds, and lack of water flow due to brain damage. MediVisuals and the Ernst Law Group have worked on several challenging brain injury cases and furthered the development of new and persuasive illustrative aids.
MediVisuals innovative Fiber Tract Color MappingTM is an animation combining 3D fiber tract visual technology and client specific DTI. The product helps illustrate the location of the microstructural disruption to the white matter fiber tracts to better correlate and explain neurocognitive and behavioral deficits after a TBI.
*additional cost for more fiber tracts to be shown
Contact one of our expert visual consultants today to learn more about Fiber Tract Color Mapping or to get started on a plan for your next case.
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