About Us

We assist insurance companies in exposing over-read MRI and CT scans for PIP, Bodily Injury or Workers Comp cases.

Authentic4D is an FDA cleared medical software company that translates plaintiff radiologic images (MRI, CT, X-ray) into actual, easy-to-understand evidence in 3D to aid insurance carriers in communicating exaggerated or non-existent injuries pre-suit or during any phase of litigation.

Just like a surveillance video, pictures don’t lie. At Authentic4D, we let the images tell the true story of the case. This can significantly lower the value of the claims and litigation costs, enable faster case resolution and empower adjusters to improve their reserve estimates.

Seeing is believing! In today’s visual society, a picture is worth a thousand words.


We are the developer and marketer of the Authentic4D imaging platform which provides unprecedented 3D visualization and image analysis of multi–dimensional digital images acquired from medical imaging equipment such as computed tomography (“CT”) scanners and magnetic resonance imaging (“MRI”) scanners.

Our technology reads standard CT and/or MRI scans and transforms them into intuitive 3D images while preserving the integrity of the native 2D data. Authentic4D enables greater comprehension of CT or MRI scans for lay people, such as plaintiff attorneys, insurance adjusters, mediators, arbiters, or jurors.

We employ a deep team of software engineering and medical talent, including a seasoned senior management team. Authentic3D’s technology is currently installed inside several prominent hospitals in the United States. The Authentic4D technology is protected by more than a dozen issued and pending patents, and has FDA 510(k) clearance.

Here at Authentic4D, we pride ourselves on providing a service that combines unparalleled value and customer service.

No matter the size of case or the size of the firm, we take pride in servicing every client, every time, no exceptions, no excuses. Thank you for providing us the opportunity to serve you.

CEO Jorey Chernett