What evidence can I present at my Virginia personal injury trial?

You can provide all "relevant evidence" to support your claim. Relevant evidence is defined as any information that can be used to prove or disprove a statement presented to the court. This information must also be indispensable; if a statement can be proven without that evidence, then it is deemed irrelevant and is inadmissible. As long as it passes these requirements, any evidence can be admitted in trial (excluding police accident reports).

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