If you are old enough to have watched the O.J. Simpson trial on television in 1995, you probably remember the discussion about several pieces of evidence that influenced the jury’s decision, such as a glove found at the crime scene and DNA obtained from blood stains. While physical evidence is one of the main ways that courts arrive at their decisions, the evidence is not always as cinematic as the famous pieces of evidence from the Simpson murder case. In fact, it often takes the form of written documents that the court can reasonably believe are genuine.
Types of Documents You Might Use in Personal Injury Cases
Any document or other item that shows what injuries you sustained, what medical treatment you required, what financial setbacks you suffered, and what the defendant’s role was in failing to prevent your injuries can potentially be valuable evidence in your personal injury case. Here are some types of evidence that plaintiffs in personal injury cases sometimes use.
Contact O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Foss About Personal Injury Cases
The best way to win a personal injury lawsuit is with strong evidence presented by an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. Contact O’Keeffe O’Brien Lyson Foss in Fargo, North Dakota or call 701-235-8000 or 877-235-8002 and ask to speak with Tim O’Keeffe, Tatum O’Brien or Sara Monson to discuss your case.