What is Demonstrative Evidence in a Personal Injury Case?
What is Demonstrative Evidence in a Personal Injury Case? -- New York Attorney Dallin Fuchs Explains 212.406.1700 Listen as New York personal injury attorney Dallin Fuchs walks you through one of the most important elements of your trial case: the demonstrative evidence. With each trial, your attorney may bring evidence outside of testimony to allow the jury to understand how you were injured and how those injuries affected your life. Demonstrative evidence is basically any evidence outside of witness statements, and it includes both illustrative and physical evidence. Illustrative evidence can be photographs, charts, graphs, and even medical legal art in which your injuries are displayed for the jury. Physical evidence is about things you can touch and see. It could be a torn t-shirt, a wrecked car, or a medical device left inside the body that was removed by surgery. No matter what type of evidence you have, each piece tells the jury of you story and how your injuries occurred. They need to know how you suffered, who caused the injuries and how these injuries are going to affect the rest of your life. Watch this video to learn more. For more information, visit our educational website, where you can view more media content about your type of personal injury case. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at 212.406.1700. I welcome your call. Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P. 233 Broadway Suite 1800 New York, NY 10279 212.406.1700