The more evidence you can provide an attorney with the better. If you have physical evidence pertaining to things like medical reports, evaluations, second opinions, expenses, or anything else directly related to the claims you will be making in your case, an attorney will be better able to help you develop a more comprehensive legal strategy. However, since each case is unique, you attorney may require more or less evidence than the examples listed above. With that in mind, it is critical that you contact an experienced birth injury attorney as soon as you can, as he or she will be able to more accurately recommend your best course of action, including what evidence to gather.
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