You should collect everything you have been given either from the hospital or medical staff you worked with.  Even if the paperwork does not involve the medical provider responsible for the harm caused, the paperwork may be important to show that your pregnancy and the baby’s health was progressing normally. Additionally, you should write down all of the names of your medical providers and any medical personnel you may have spoken with, as well as any important details you remember about those interactions so you don’t forget. Finally, you have the right to request your medical records and those of your baby. If you have trouble obtaining those records, a birth injury attorney will assist in obtaining these records.