David Craig, Esq. of Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC

Bob Shepherd, MS, CMI, FAMI of MediVisuals, Inc.

Segment 5:
Visualizing Surgeries
  • Surgeries are the second traumatic event – the first traumatic event being what caused the initial injury.
  • Surgeries are often downplayed. Emphasis should be put on the cutting of soft tissues, placement of retractors, and placement of the hardware.
  • Don’t just show that the hardware “in there;” also show and discuss how it got to be “in there.” There is a lot of force and trauma that occurs in surgeries.
  • Evoke an emotional response with the visuals.
Podcast Segments
Segment 1:
What are Medical-Legal Illustrators & What Makes Them “Good”?
Segment 2:
Focus on Accuracy:
Increase the Value of Your Case with the RIGHT Exhibits
Segment 3:
The Art of Persuasion: Working with Top Experts to Develop Visuals that Work for the Legal Market
Segment 4:
What Type of Exhibits are Typically Created for Injured Clients?
Segment 5:
Visualizing Surgeries
Segment 6:
Delivery of a Case
Segment 7:
Benefits of Using Medical Illustrations & Animations
Segment 8:
Using Medical Illustrations to Correlate a Pre-Existing Injury to a Traumatic Event
Segment 9:
Be Prepared to Go to Trial
Segment 10:
What Questions Should be Asked to Pick the Right Medical Illustration Company?
Segment 11:
How Doctors Interact with the Exhibits
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