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Welcome Illinois Attorneys and Legal Professionals

MediVisuals has been providing medical illustration and animation exhibits to the Illinois legal community for over 25 years. We invite you to search our online library of over 4,000 medical exhibits, read testimonials from our Illinois clients and compare MediVisuals to other companies you have used in the past. Some of our most frequently requested medical exhibits are:

Ankle Fusion
Anterior Cervical Fusion
Epidural Injections

General Anatomy

Hip Replacement Recall

Traumatic Brain Injury

If you cannot find what you are looking for or would like to request a complimentary consultation on a case, please click the button below to email Elizabeth Sims (, Medical Illustrator/Vice President of MediVisuals. We look forward to working with you.

MediVisuals' Illinois Client Testimonials and Justice Reports

We welcome all of our clients to provide testimonials on their experience with MediVisuals. Please share your story with us by contacting Tara Rose at

Posted February 2012

“When I need to explain difficult-to-understand medical issues to a jury, I go to MediVisuals. Their animations and demonstrative pictures are invaluable in the presentation of a case. MediVisuals works with you to accomplish your goals in putting the best final product before a jury for a price that makes sense for your case. After working with MediVisuals on several cases, I wouldn’t go anywhere else.”

Patrick A. Salvi II, Esq.
Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. Law Offices
Chicago, Illinois

Posted May 2011

"The [plaintiff name] case settled on the third day of trial for $6,250,000 and a waiver of the $290,000 worker's comp lien. Most of the exhibits prepared by MediVisuals had been used during various evidence depositions that were taken of the [plaintiff's] treating physicians. I received a number of compliments from the doctors who used the demonstrative boards on their anatomical accuracy and the accurate portrayal of the various surgical procedures performed on the [plaintiff's] back and wrist. Likewise, defense counsel (with whom I spent weeks on depositions) commented on the jury appeal of the exhibits and had favorable comments about exhibits that they had seen in other cases prepared by Medivisuals. All objections made to the use of the exhibits at the evidence depositions were overruled and the admissibility seemed without question. Thank you again for your hard work and the work of everyone at MediVisuals in helping to obtain a settlement that will make the future for [the plaintiffs] a little brighter."

Thomas P. Routh, Esq.
Chicago, Illinois

Posted October 2010

$33,000,000.00 Verdict - Railroad Conductor Struck by Train

Congratulations to James L. Farina, Esq. and George T. Brugess, Esq. of Hoey & Farina, P.C. in Chicago, Illinois for the award they obtained on behalf of a former railroad conductor who was injured when struck by a train.

The 19-year-old
plaintiff was switching railroad cars in the railroad's Rock Island Yard when he was struck by the train. He sustained serious injuries including amputation of both legs and severe internal injuries.

During trial, the railroad argued that the plaintiff was solely responsible for his injuries because he had allegedly violated numerous safety rules while switching cars. The jury determined that the railroad had violated the radio communication rule governing train operations when the train did not stop within the proper distance of the last radio command given by the plaintiff.

The defendant's last pre-trial settlement offer was $3,000,000. The jury verdict of $33,000,000 is a record verdict for a single plaintiff in the Circuit Court for the 14th Judicial Circuit of Rock Island County and one of the highest verdicts for a single plaintiff in the State of Illinois.

MediVisuals was entrusted to develop several exhibits, including the ones shown below, to support Mr. Farina and Mr. Brugess' arguments in this case. 

Farina and Brugess Justice Report