A litigation model is a scale model used in court to assist lawyers in presenting a case. The court room is an excellent place to use physical scale models to demonstrate facts. Most people are very visual by nature, and almost everyone can relate to a model, as opposed to other forms of information sharing. Written materials, diagrams, photographs – even videos – may not be interpreted accurately. A three-dimensional object, however, is universally recognized and readily understood.
KiwiMill built this litigation model of a truck for a court case involving an accident. Built from photographs, this model conveyed the necessary information to support the lawyer’s case, accurately and without bias.