Medical Legal Art proudly brings you The Doe Report, the internet's largest library of medical demonstrative evidence cross-referenced with the most current landmark medical research. This one-of-a-kind web site contains thousands of medical exhibits, illustrations, anatomical models and medical research reports, all keyworded, catalogued and cross-referenced in a powerful search engine.
In addition to Medical Legal Art's proprietary medical exhibits and illustrations, The Doe Report brings a completely unique combination of content from leading edge business Partners servicing the medical-legal community. Current Partners include 3B Scientific, an international manufacturer of anatomical and biological teaching aids; Sound Medical Media, publishers of the Injury Forum newsletter on soft tissue injury; and Medifocus, North America's largest provider of medical research literature. Only within The Doe Report do attorneys gain instant access to the world's best medical-legal businesses, organized around their medical case issues.
Over 60% of the exhibits, research articles, citations and abstracts represented in The Doe Report cover common personal injury topics such as motor vehicle accidents, orthopedic injuries and spinal surgery. Other medical-legal topics include brain injury, ob/gyn injury and pediatric injury. In all, there are thirty-nine conveniently organized search categories and over 100,000 individual search terms.
Attorneys use the content in The Doe Report for case review, demand letters, depositions, mediation and trials. Users may freely link to, download or print out Preview versions of all content for discussion with medical experts, colleagues or clients. Full versions of the content in print and electronic formats are available by contacting Medical Legal Art toll free at 1-800-338-5954 during regular business hours, or by ordering through our online ordering system available next to the Content Preview.
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Why is it called "The Doe Report"?
The name for The Doe Report was derived from MLA's policy of renaming all medical exhibit titles to John Doe, Jane Doe or Baby Doe prior to publication. The surname "Doe" is commonly used in medical and legal literature to preserve the anonymity of persons whose case records are used in an educational context. In addition to changing client names, all images, likenesses, dates, records, and other identifiable information associated with the exhibits have been altered or removed to prevent identification.
Mature Audience Warning
Users are cautioned that certain exhibits in The Doe Report depict graphic illustrations of anatomy, surgery, pathology, and trauma of the human body. The contents of this web site are developed for, and intended to be viewed by, professionals and students in the medical-legal community in an educational context.
The Medical Content, including medical exhibits, stock medical illustrations, anatomical models, animations, charts, graphs, medical research reviews, or other items, seen in The Doe Report, is not intended to replace the advice of a doctor or lawyer, nor is the Content warranted for a particular purpose. Nucleus Medical Art and its Partners disclaim any liability for medical or legal decisions made as the result of viewing or employing the Medical Content in The Doe Report.
About Medical Legal Art
Medical Legal Art, a high technology leader in the field of litigation support services, is also the number one seller of custom medical demonstrative evidence in the U.S. Its customers are attorneys specializing in personal injury, medical products liability, worker's compensation, medical malpractice and other medically-related litigation. Medical Legal Art is a privately held division of Nucleus Medical Art, Inc., a health care communications company based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Medical Legal Art creates medical demonstrative evidence (medical
illustrations, drawings, pictures, graphics, charts, medical animations,
anatomical models, and interactive presentations) for use during legal
proceedings, including research, demand letters, client conferences,
depositions, arbitrations, mediations, settlement conferences, mock jury
trials and for use in the courtroom. We do not provide legal or medical
advice. If you have legal questions, you should find a lawyer with whom you
can discuss your case issues. If you have medical questions, you should seek the advice of a healthcare provider.