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$6,721,102 Verdict - Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle in Crosswalk

Congratulations to Harlan Wittenstein, Esq. of Wittenstein & Associates in Brooklyn, New York for the verdict he secured for his client, a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle while in a crosswalk. 

The incident resulted in multiple severe open fractures of both the tibia and fibula, which required surgery to repair. The severity of the breaks was such that the plaintiff will be left with permanent pain and limitations. In addition, the plaintiff also suffered a mild traumatic brain injury that left him with profound cognitive defects. 

Mr. Wittenstein utilized exhibits developed by MediVisuals to demonstrate the nature and severity of his client’s injuries and subsequent surgery. The exhibits were also used to back up expert testimony concerning the nature of the incident as there was a dispute over whether the plaintiff had been hit by the front of the vehicle or merely side swiped.  

MediVisuals has been providing medical illustration and animation exhibits to the New York legal community for over 25 years. As bronze sponsors of the New York State Trial Lawyer Association (NYSTLA) Partnership for Justice and a sponsor of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers we continue to support our clients in their fight for justice.

We are also proud to announce that the New York legal community has voted MediVisuals as one of the best Demonstrative Evidence Providers in the New York Law Journal's "Best of 2010." The winners of the New York Law Journal Rankings were selected by a popular vote. This year, over 2,000 New York Law Journal readers cast votes via an online ballot.* 

We invite you to search our online library of over 4,000 medical exhibits, read testimonials from our 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

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MediVisuals' New York 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

"Over the past several years, MediVisuals has provided medical illustrations for dozens of our firm's cases. Their work has helped us obtain excellent resolution of these cases through demand packages, mediations, and/or trials. MediVisuals' exceptional anatomical and medical knowledge allows them to accurately interpret medical records and films and to translate them into truthful, powerful, and persuasive images. My testifying experts and treating physicians appreciate working with MediVisuals' medical illustrators because they are able to communicate with each other on a very similar level. I'm confident that the cost of MediVisuals' exhibits is routinely returned many times over."

Martin W. Edelman, Esq.
Edelman & Edelman, P.C.
New York, NY

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$9,360,000 Verdict - Mason/construction worker who fell two floors from the side of a building

Congratulations to David H. Perecman of The Perecman Firm, PLLC . in New York, NY for the award he obtained on the behalf of a mason/construction worker who fell two floors from the side of a building. The plaintiff sustained multiple injuries, including a tibial plateau fracture of the left leg, and multiple fractures to both feet. He also developed ongoing traumatic arthritis at the injured areas, causing severe pain while walking and making it impossible to continue work in construction.

MediVisuals was entrusted to develop several exhibits, including the ones shown below, to demonstrate some of the plaintiff’s most significant injuries and surgical procedures. Other exhibits demonstrated the progression of his traumatic arthritis.

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