The S&A Difference

Quality & Speed

"We deeply appreciate the quality and quick turnaround time in which you delivered your work product..."


"We recently tried a complex gastric bypass case with multiple issues... We could not have tried an effective case without S&A's expertly crafted medical graphics."


Serving The Nation

S&A Medical Graphics is the nation’s leading creator of demonstrative evidence for the defense of medical malpractice litigation. We exist to serve our clients who have entrusted us with their exhibit needs for over 25 years. We are experts in the field of Medical Illustration and visual case strategy. Our highly trained Medical Illustrators all have a Master’s Degree in the field, ensuring innovative, effective defense strategies and compelling demonstrative exhibits of the utmost accuracy. S&A Medical Graphics has a 93% rate of positive outcomes, compared to the national average of 86%. We have branches across the country and clients in almost all 50 states. We invite you to make S&A Medical Graphics part of your team today!


Specializing In Defense

Unlike many of our competitors who will take any work that comes through the door, S&A Medical Graphics has focused its services to the defense community and has worked continually over the past 25 years to cultivate and strengthen alliances with our client attorneys and malpractice insurance companies across the nation. We also support the defense community by exhibiting at annual conferences for PIAA and DRI, often serving as sponsors for some of their events.


No Rush Fees

While many of our competitors penalize clients with cases under tight time constraints by applying exorbitant rush fees, we have refused to do so with our clients.  We understand the time-sensitive nature of such cases and consider working within such constraints to be an integral part of our client service.



S&A Medical Graphics, Inc has been providing professional courtroom exhibits to the medical malpractice defense community for over 25 years. Our medical illustration staff has a combined 58 years of expertise in creating exhibit boards, interactive presentations, and medical animations for attorneys across the country for a wide variety of cases. All of our illustrators have obtained masters degrees in medical illustration from the few accredited programs in the United States, including the Medical College of Georgia (now Georgia Regents University) and Johns Hopkins University. These programs demand their illustration students take rigorous courses alongside medical students, including anatomy, histology, pathology, and embryology.


Strategic Thinking

We at S&A Medical Graphics have always considered ourselves as part of the litigation team on the cases in which we are asked to assist, and to that end, both our case strategists and illustrators work closely with our clients and their medical experts to develop case-specific exhibit ideas that will reinforce our client's position. Throughout our 25 years, we have gained invaluable insight into the various strategies that have been used by our clients to successfully try medical malpractice cases of all kinds. This enables us to suggest innovative exhibit ideas and, in some cases, even case strategies that may not have been previously considered. Our blog, Talking Defense, specifically explores topics relevant to the defense, and examines case studies that showcase some of our custom work and the visual defense strategy behind it. Visit:


No Obligation Exhibit Proposal

S&A Medical Graphics will perform a case review and develop a comprehensive visual strategy and exhibit proposal free of charge and with no obligation.


Illustrated Medical Lectures

S&A Medical Graphics provides a series of illustrated medical lectures geared towards the medical malpractice defense litigator, covering a wide variety of anatomy and physiology, including cardiology, oncology, obstetrics, and orthopedics. Visit the Medical Lectures page to see a full list and samples of available lectures: VIEW NOW. These lectures are typically done in person, but can also be given as webinars via GoToMeeting computer conferencing service.