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What information will I need to win my case

What information will I need to win my case?

Here is some of the evidence that you may need to present in order to win your personal injury claim in Oregon:

  1. Medical Records – Medical records, including doctors’ notes, test results, and treatment plans, can help establish the extent of your injuries and the cost of your medical expenses.
  2. Eyewitness Testimony – Eyewitness testimony from individuals who saw the accident or injury occur can help establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.
  3. Police Reports – Police reports can provide valuable information about the cause of the accident and can help establish who was at fault.
  4. Expert Testimony – In some cases, expert testimony may be necessary to help prove your case. For example, an accident reconstruction expert may be able to provide valuable insights into the cause of a car accident.
  5. Photographic and Video Evidence – Photographic and video evidence, such as photographs of the scene of the accident or injury, can help establish what happened.
  6. Documentation of Damages – Documentation of your damages, including bills and receipts for medical expenses, lost wages, and other out-of-pocket expenses, can help establish the financial impact of your injury.

It is a good idea to bring any medical records or information you have along with a list of possible witnesses at the scene of your accident. An experienced personal injury lawyer can help you gather the rest of the evidence you need to support your claim and represent you in court if necessary.


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