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Legal3D launches ‘next-gen’ Personalised 3D exhibits for Personal Injury Cases

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Above: 3D printed spine match/Image Credit: Legal3D

Legal3D is excited to announce the launch of 3D exhibits for personal injury cases – a next-generation imaging service that enables attorneys to create highly detailed, precision 3D visualisations and 3D printed models of their client’s CT or MRI scans.

These novel medical-grade 3D exhibits are widely accepted as demonstrative evidence in personal injury litigation or at trial, and deliver a powerful impact for any personal injury case. These accurate, precise models of the actual client’s anatomy are designed to be understood even by non-medical professionals. Jurors and Mediators can interact with the models, which helps them to understand the problem and build empathy with the plaintiff.

Rob Fisher, VP of Business Development at Legal3D said “With in-person trials unlikely to restart fully until 2022, our virtual models can be displayed and interacted with on-screen – a perfect solution for mediations. These models are helping personal injury attorneys across the country to make an impact that will resonate in the jurors and mediators minds long after its presentation during the trial, helping them to win larger settlements, faster.”

Legal3D is revolutionizing how attorneys present their client’s injury, allowing them to get an expertly produced virtual 3D exhibit in just a few hours from upload, while a physical 3D exhibit can be created and shipped to their desk within 48 hours. Furthermore, Legal3D’s competitive prices are not only budget friendly, but provide incredible depth and detail that can increase a settlement offer for your client by tens of thousands of dollars – or more.


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