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You are not prevented from interviewing any potential witness in the case before her attorney does. Of course, her doctor can refuse to talk to you and there is nothing you can do about it if he does, but as he is a witness in the case you can talk to him before the other party talks to him and it is perfectly legal for you to contact him as long as you do not misrepresent yourself to him as representing her.
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