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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Introducing . . . P.I. Exhibits NOW

 By: Robert Shepherd MS, Certified Medical Illustrator, President & CEO, MediVisuals Inc.

P.I. Exhibits NOW  is the newest innovative tool developed specifically for the Personal Injury Attorney. The website is a comprehensive collection of medical exhibits available for purchase and immediate download to a tablet, smartphone, or laptop.

P.I. Exhibits NOW  involves three simple steps:  Search, Purchase, and Download (see below). The site allows for "spur-of-the-moment" availability in depositions, settlement hearings, mediations, or trials. The collection consists of over 400 exhibits demonstrating many of the injuries and surgeries that personal injury attorneys routinely address, and which best lend themselves to "generic" or "typical" representations. 

The effectiveness of visuals is recognized throughout society in such common phrases as “A picture is worth a thousand words”, and “Seeing is believing.” Additionally, numerous manuscripts refer to studies substantiating that recall is greatly increased when a verbal message is supported by visual images. These studies have typically shown that, after varying periods of time, information presented vocally and supported by visuals was recalled at a significantly higher rate than the same message delivered by voice alone.

Visit P.I. Exhibits NOW.  Images purchased are projection resolution and are available for $245 each, a savings of $50 compared to Click here or go to

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