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How do Trial Attorneys use Visual Aids to Prove Damages?

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Brais Law Firm

Dadeland Towers
9300 S Dadeland Blvd #101
Miami, FL 33156
Phone: 305-416-2901

There are a number of things a trial attorney has to do in the representation of a personal injury client, or even worse, a client who's suffered a loss of a loved one. At trial, one of the most important things is relaying to the jury the injuries that were suffered and how those injuries have impacted someone.

There's a saying "A picture's worth a thousand words." There's nothing quite like putting up on a lightbox, an x-ray, for example, that clearly shows a broken bone. The jury can instantaneously realize the injury that was suffered and very likely, in their own mind's eye, the impact that had on that person. They play a very important role in a trial attorney representing their client in obtaining their client fair and just compensation for their injuries.