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The pursuit of justice requires examination of the truth. This includes images that truthfully represent injuries or surgeries. In personal injury cases, defense counsel is expected to object to any exhibits that truthfully demonstrate injuries. To fairly pursue justice and present the truth, objections must be fought and overcome. The attorneys on MediVisuals' Find an Attorney page can give advice on ways to help overcome objections.
Different jurisdictions and even different judges within the same jurisdiction may have varying opinions regarding what is too "inflammatory" or too "prejudicial". MediVisuals’ illustrators create illustrations that approach reality but never exceed the inflammatory or prejudicial response that an actual photograph would evoke. Testifying experts are occasionally asked if the amount of blood portrayed by MediVisuals is accurate, and the typical reply is, "No, the bleeding was much worse."
If you have concerns about how truthfully the amount of blood, the injuries, or the surgeries are represented in illustrations, simply notify MediVisuals in the beginning of the process and less realistic images can be created.
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