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I'm afraid that a gas leak at work could've caused the lack of development in my pregnancy eventually leading to a miscarriage. Everyone tested negitive for carbon monoxide, but we all have been exposed to the gas leak for 2-3 weeks causing symptoms of fatigue, headaches, dizziness and nausea. What evidence do I need to have a case? Or is it impossible to get the proof we need, now that the gas leak and miscarriage are over?



Basically, you have to prove a condition existed (the gas leak), and that it caused the miscarriage. As for the gas leak, testimony of people exposed to it and any documentation of it would be the kind of evidence that would help. As far as the connection between the gas leak and the miscarriage, expert testimony would probably be needed (in this case, from an MD, with reason to know the area).
The determination of whether or not the specific evidence of the kind suggested above that you could get would be enough to win a case or settlement would have to be determined by a Personal Injury attorney.
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