You already have an attorney. No one on this board is going to second guess the advice that person is giving you -- as they have more information than everyone out here combined!
Talk to your attorney and ask that very same questions!
All the best . . .
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Talk to your attorney and your doctor.
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So why aren't you following your attorney's instructions?
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As with the other counsel, I am not going to second guess your attorney, but I do want you to know what questions to ask. The situation depends on whether your case is admitted or not. If you are trying to prove that your CURRENT condition is due to the 6/29/11 incident and not the motor vehicle accident (MVA) - you will need to present three types of evidence: (1) Your testimony that the MVA did not make the condition permanently worse; (2) The medical records at the time; (3) Testimony of a Doctor (Perhaps Level II depending upon what issue is set for hearing) explaining why the MVA did not contribute to your current condition.
Discuss with your lawyer what evidence he or she will marshal to hearing. The Judge will either agree or disagree with the evidence presented. Ask your lawyer if there is any other evidence or expert testimony you can help bring to the table.