The use of demonstrative evidence to enhance the strength of a traumatic brain injury legal case was well demonstrated at a recent arbitration in which I participated. My client had been involved in a bad car accident, suffering a depressed fractured skull and a resulting bleed. As is often the case, by the time we went to arbitration, a number of years after the crash, my client looked and sounded quite normal. When we went into the arbitration, the arbitrator asked what this case was all about. I told him to look at colorized MRI scans of my client’s brain. Nothing more needed to be said. The dramatic colorized drawings of those MRI’s slices, depicting the bleeds was all that was needed to impress the arbitrator with the seriousness of the injury.