In insurance litigation, evidence is the foundation of a strong argument. Having a complete picture of the case helps you have the best defense .
An in-depth investigation could reveal compelling evidence, which can include:
- Expert testimony from medical professionals or industry specialists
- Specific language of policy documents pertaining to coverage
- Contradictory testimony from the plaintiff or witness during deposition or on social media
- Photos of the accident scene and witness testimony that indicate comparative negligence or another party’s liability
Properly managing the evidence is as crucial as collecting it. Poor management of the evidence could lead to its destruction or inadmissibility in trial. For this reason, you and your attorney should handle discovery and disclosure with care.