Medical Malpractice

Executive Presentations (3-D animation depicting esophogeal isintubation)

Precise Presentations (video using picture-in-picture technique to show expert commenting on victim’s difficulty relearning to walk after prolonged debilitation)

Precise Presentations (video using picture-in-picture technique showing expert pathologist [appearing in small box on screen] during pre-trial deposition testifying on arterial blood clots and cause of death, interacting with heart graphic displayed behind him [full screen display] and commenting on his illustrative drawing)

Precise Presentations (video of pretrial deposition by medical expert: expert appears in small box on screen as larger screen depicts written information pertaining to testimony)

Precise Presentations (picture-in-picture technique used to show medical expert [in smaller box on screen] commenting on what x-ray of hip fracture shows; x-ray dominates screen as expert illustrates his commentary by drawing directly onto the x-ray display)

Precise Presentations (video depicting medical expert using digital display to illustrate her deposition testimony on eye injury)

Trial Image (angioplasty animation showing plaque being ‘snowplowed’ into diagonal branch of main artery and subsequent remedial effort resulting in severed arterial wall)

Trial Image (animation showing typical acceleration/deceleration-based injury to brain on intra-cranial level, moving to microscopic level of neuronal cell damage)

Trial Image (animation providing sound and visualization of effects of umbilical cord wrapped tightly around infant’s neck causing severe fluctuations in heart and breathing rates which led, over a twenty minute period, to irreversible brain damage)

Trial Image (digital animation showing condensed overview of protracted effort to resuscitate five month old infant admitted to hospital with respiratory infection who is intubated roughly by inexperienced technician and suffers acute respiratory arrest and permanent brain damage)