Telephone us at (586) 917-0354 or email us at A division of Michigan Creative Services.  
We provide demonstratives of all kinds for the Southeast Michigan legal community. Whether you need a traditional courtroom exhibit or a specialized litigation graphic, we are an experienced legal design resource. Graphs, charts, maps, diagrams, illustrations and site plans are just some of the visual tools we can create to explain your client's case. Let's discuss the options we can bring to bear on your next job. Remember that paralegals and other litigation support staff don't have the training or resources to create the sorts of exhibits that we routinely turn out. We are the legal graphics division of Michigan Creative Services (see link), a full-service commercial art studio based in Metro Detroit. Principal owner Jim Davis has over 30 years of experience in the legal art field. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a major in advertising design. For a typical demonstrative, we can provide research, investigation, site measurement, reference photography or any other prep work needed in order to create a cogent, concise and visually effective tool to communicate your legal point. Our final product might be a trial board, or it could be a digital file, suitable for a variety of uses. To see what we've done for your peers, see the samples below, then ask us for a free consultation.
  Typical Litigation Event TimelineTypical Relationship Flow ChartAnother Style Option for a Litigation TimelineE-Discovery Flow Chart as Instruction
for Litigation Support Team
  Quantitative Map
(Click on any image to see it larger) Personal Injury Site Plan with
magnetic, moveable vehicles, etc.Detail of Exhibit Using Custom Symbols
as Quantitative Graph BarsAlso view our full design portfolio at (see links above and below) to get a sense of the full range of design and illustration services we can provide.
  Typical Litigation Flow ChartCrime Scene Map with several
magnetic, moveable symbols (not shown)Another Typical Event TimelineAnimated Flow Chart Delivered as
Power Point Slide Show; click on image
to view as QuickTime movie.