Explaining closed head injuries to a jury
Brain injury survivors can look great even when their mental functioning is scrambled. To make the reality graphically visible to jurors it is often necessary to use sophisticated medical illustrations and animations. Several samples of animations explaining brain injuries are available online, though of course for trial use we would have to pay them. For examples, see:
When you view these, you will see links to a number of individuals’ brain injury rehabilitation. In litigated case we might use something similar, categorized as "day in the life" videos.
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