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What kind of litigation expenses can I expect on my case?


A: In any case that proceeds to trial there can be multiple types of litigation expenses. Remember, I will only spend money on things you and your case need. There is absolutely no benefit to me or my firm to spend money on things you do not need. All expenses that my firm lays out during the course of the litigation is detailed at the end of the case. Generally they include: Medical records, court fees (purchase of an index number, motion practice), use of attorney services to forward documents to/from court, expert witness fees, copying fees, conference calls with experts, meeting with expert, deposition transcript fees, service of legal papers, investigators, electronic searches online, legal research, purchase of anatomical models, photographs for use at trial, enlargements of exhibits, and similar items.