How 3D Printing Can Help in a PI Case
If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, it is often complicated to show the full extent of an injury. However, 3D printing is helping to ensure that victims like you obtain the compensation to which they are entitled. Because the complexities of physical injuries can be so nuanced, it can be very difficult for insurance representatives and/or juries to fully understand the extent of accident victims’ injuries. 3D printing, however, provides an accurate injury model that allows these decision-makers to actually see and touch an exact replica of the injuries sustained. If someone else’s negligence leaves you injured, you need the professional legal counsel of a dedicated Georgia personal injury lawyer on your side.
3D Printing Can Be Especially Helpful with Spinal Cord Injuries
The pain associated with spinal cord injuries can be tremendous, but because these injuries affect the spine and may not be visible, they can be very difficult for anyone but medical professionals in the field to fully comprehend. While detailed illustrations can help pinpoint where an injury is, they do little to explain the extent of the injury and its painful consequences. Enter 3D printing, which demonstrates what the victim is experiencing within and can make medical explanations far easier to understand.
Bringing a Personal Injury Case to Life
Personal injury cases can be replete with complications, but having access to a 3D model can help assuage these complications in the following ways:
- It can replace those two-dimensional medical photos – that are often black and white and that most people don’t understand – with a life-size physical model.
- A medical professional can more easily explain the model’s importance in the case at hand (how it applies to the injured party’s injuries).
- 3D models are incredibly accurate and detailed and allow observers to both see and touch a replica of the victim’s injuries.
These 3D models can breathe new life into complicated personal injury cases that might not otherwise generate compensation that adequately covers a claimant’s full range of damages. Further, customized models can be produced and shipped in as little as two days. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, it’s difficult to imagine how many a 3D print could be worth.
It’s Time to Consult with an Experienced Cumming GA Personal Injury Attorney
Personal injury cases tend to be exceedingly nuanced and complicated – especially when they involve injuries that can’t be seen. Because it is usually very difficult for those with no medical training to fully recognize the extent of such injuries, it can make obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled that much more trying. The dedicated Forsyth County personal injury lawyers at Banks, Stubbs & McFarland have the resources – including the ability to procure and utilize 3D printing – and experience to help build your strongest case. Our legal team is on your side, so please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at 770-887-1209 for more information today.