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Trial Presentation & Litigation Support

MediVisuals participates at any level of involvement you need throughout the trial preparation and litigation process.  We offer professional setup & operation, in-trial on-the-fly graphic creation, and more.  Please contact MediVisuals for more information.

How Does It Work?

1.  A MediVisuals trial support team member will meet with you to discuss the case and collect physical or digital files to be displayed.

2.  All files will be digitized, uploaded to the trial presentation software, and coded with the exhibit number.

3.  An indexed trial book showing all files and corresponding exhibit numbers will be created.

4.  During trial, indicate the exhibit number, and the technician will project that file onto the screen.

5.  MediVisuals will provide the necessary equipment with back-ups.  They will also contact the courthouse to obtain permission to use the equipment during trial.

Choose Your Level of Service

MediVisuals will participate at whatever level of involvement you prefer throughout the trial preparation process.  From the beginning, help can be given in organizing the presentation, new slides and visuals can be created, and case records can be reviewed for the production of medical illustrations and animations.  During trial, new slides can be developed in the evenings.  Alternately, our technician can simply display your prepared presentation.  What can MediVisuals do for you?

Opening / Closing Statements & Mediations

MediVisuals creates slideshow presentations for mediations and opening / closing statements. They will work with you to develop a presentation and can create case-specific slides to help support your argument ......

Advantages of Visual Presentations

With MediVisuals’ service, you can indicate a number or scan a barcode to have your exhibit appear on the screen instantly, at any time during the trial.  The number of exhibits at our disposal is .......