Utilizing Computer-Generated Evidence in Medical Malpractice Cases

, New York Law Journal


Robert B. Gibson and Jesse D. Capell of Heidell, Pittoni, Murphy & Bach write: While preparing for trial, litigators in medical malpractice lawsuits are inevitably confronted with the conundrum of how they will communicate to jurors the complex medical concepts involved in the case. Many jurors expect that information will be conveyed to them in a technologically sophisticated manner. With this in mind, an advocate who can use advanced technology to convey complicated medical information to lay people should have an advantage at trial.

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