Professional Medical Illustrations – Twenty-Three Cents Each!
Illustrate and understand medical issues and be able to support your claims with medically-accurate illustrations. These are not the simple line drawings usually found in law books. The extraordinary detail in each illustration will allow you to handle medical topics with confidence and authority. All illustrations are labeled and supported by textual discussion.
When litigating difficult-to-explain medical issues, pictures are worth a lot more than a thousand words. Unfortunately, medically-accurate illustrations can cost hundreds of dollars each.
Medical Evidence is a low-cost alternative. Thomas Quinn and James Lawlor give you over 400 professional medical illustrations and photographs in print and via Digital Access – for just $149. This heavily-illustrated clinical atlas covers 15 anatomical systems and case studies covering 26 injuries like the following:
- Whiplash from Rear-ender
- Lumbar Herniation Caused by Lifting
- Facial Laceration, Cervical Trauma from Construction Accident
- Multiple Leg Fractures from Bicycle-Auto Accident
- Child Forearm Amputation by Railcar
- Brain Injury by Small-caliber Bullet
- ACL Rupture from Pedestrian-Skateboarder Collision
- Missed Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
- Lung Cancer and Asbestosis from Asbestos Exposure
- Death Due to Massive Chest Trauma
- Ingestion of a Caustic Substance
- Brachial Plexus Injury During Delivery
Medical issues can be extraordinarily difficult to present intelligently and persuasively, especially when deposing or examining medical experts. Here is affordable help. This book-and-Digital Access package provides:
- Anatomy in plain English
- Case studies of common injuries
- Questions and answers for experts
- Sources of additional information
Medical Evidence contains a 4-color image gallery containing over 400 labeled, high-resolution, medically-accurate illustrations designed to be enlarged and used as courtroom exhibits. Use the digital versions to:
- Prepare customized settlement or brief exhibits
- Assist in depositions, meetings with medical experts, or settlement conferences
- Mount enlarged illustrations as demonstrative evidence
- Provide your artist a money-saving head start on customized illustrations
Medical Evidence pays for itself several times over the first time you print one of its professional-quality illustrations
- Revision 9
- Over 450 medical illustrations
- ISBN: 1-57626-030-5
Abbreviated Table of Contents
Part I: A Clinical Atlas
Chapter 1: Anatomical Terminology
Chapter 2: Organization of the Body
Chapter 3: Skeletal System
Chapter 4: Muscular System
Chapter 5: Cardiovascular System
Chapter 6: Respiratory System
Chapter 7: Gastrointestinal System
Chapter 8: Female Reproductive System
Chapter 9: Male Reproductive System
Chapter 10: Male and Female Urinary System
Chapter 11: Central Nervous System
Chapter 12: Peripheral Nervous System
Chapter 13: Endocrine System
Chapter 14: Integument
Chapter 15: Embryology—Development and Birth
Part II: Personal Injury Cases
Chapter 16: Head and Neck
Chapter 17: Limbs and Lower Spine
Chapter 18: Thorax and Respiratory System
Chapter 19: Abdomen and Pelvis
Chapter 20: Integument
Chapter 21: Reproductive System
Part III: Litigation Tools
Chapter 22: Governing Principles: Effective Use of Medical Evidence
Chapter 23: Medical Evidence in Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
Chapter 24: Maximizing Your Recovery in Motor Vehicle Cases
Chapter 25: Establishing Liability and Proving Injury in Premises Liability Cases
Appendix 1: Glossary
About the Authors
Thomas H. Quinn is Professor of Anatomy at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska. He is President of the Anatomical Board of the State of Nebraska, and is an officer of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists.
He has lectured on anatomy and personal injury topics for attorneys throughout the country, and consults and testifies on medical issues. He may be reached at (402) 280-2965 or email@example.com. Please contact the publisher at (800) 440-4780 or JamesPublishing.com if you simply wish to order Medical Evidence.
James H. Lawlor, III specializes in litigating catastrophic Plaintiff’s personal injury and wrongful death tort cases in Chicago and its surrounding counties. He has been a member of the Illinois bar since 1987. His subspecialties include brain injury, vehicular collision, railroad, premise liability and construction cases. He has obtained many seven-figure recoveries over his career, including two record high brain injury settlements.
Mr. Lawlor is a past recipient of the Illinois State Bar Association’s prestigious Lincoln Award for Legal Research and Writing. He has lectured before the Illinois Trial Lawyer’s Association on the topic of Proving the Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, and his publications include numerous articles which have appeared in the Illinois Bar Journal.
Mr. Lawlor resides in Naperville, Illinois, a Western suburb of Chicago, where he is an active volunteer in the community. He is a 1987 graduate of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. His first trial was a successful felony conviction when he was a third year law student/intern with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Felony Trial Unit in 1987. An aversion to the death penalty led him away from felony prosecutions and toward embarking on a twenty-plus-year career in civil litigation.