Medico-legal or Medical Legal Illustrations
We are a creative agency made up of artists trained in human anatomy and specialists at creating medical legal illustrations and medical animations for aiding medical communications within the legal system. We have professional qualifications in medical art and illustration and termed medical illustration practitioners. We produce illustrations and animations involving any medical subject matter that are of the highest quality that will legally qualify as an accurate record.
Medico-legal Illustrations for the Legal System and Courtroom
Medicolegal illustrations and visuals are used in the legal system to support a case to highlight and explain anatomical areas to explain the complexities of medical matters. Due to the fact that a ‘picture’ as opposed to ‘words’ of human anatomy or an injury is much more easily understood. And it is all about getting your message across and allowing people or the layperson to get to understand fully the complex medical matters of a case. The visuals can range from illustrating a surgical procedure, to showing how an injury changes over a time period, to explaining anatomy that is not normally visible to the human eye.
Medico-legal Illustrations Explaining Patient Specific Records
Our skills are used as we have the ability to accurately create a visual of any medical process. We can refer directly to a patient records, using diagnostic films such as X-ray, MRI, CT, scans. Or by conversing with the medical experts at the time and learning their expert opinions. As we build up the detail of the case we produce medical visuals that are accurate, anatomically precise and reflect the medical message of the case.
Prints of Medical Illustrations to show to a Jury
As well as having qualified medical artists we also have an extensive library of stock medical illustrations that allows us to provide convenient and quality illustrations in minimal time. Everything can be provided in varying formats such as prints as handouts, storyboards, large scale prints on a Foamex board, PowerPoint, animation and video.