My question involves expert witness practice in the state of: ALL. Having over 30 years of High Risk Labor and Delivery experience, I have been deposed, testified, counseled other nurses preparing for testimony, and am confident in my ability to communicate the proper standards of care to the attorneys and to the jury. A New York and Mississippi attorney claimed after polling the jury, it was my testimony that helped them render the verdict. I was recently hired as a nurse expert by attorneys who had not been involved in this specific area of litigation. I was able to provide the breach of standards of care and educate the attorneys on what to anticipate based on the direction of the defendant's attorney during deposition of each witness. Everything was going well until I was asked for a "report" within one and one half weeks. Knowing that my report would be provided to the defendant evaluating the merits of our case, I needed guidance that was not provided. Maybe, I should not have needed any guidance as to what the attorneys expected in the report. However, when looking in texts, journals, and on the internet I could not find one single sample of a nurse expert report. As a result, I declined to follow through. I was paid for my work and suggested that they hire and expert with more experience than I. I did not want to be responsible for a report that might cause our case to lose value. The sad part is that I knew exactly how and what was going to win this case. My concern over this "report" seems absurd to some, but for the victim, the approach would be vital. I simply would like to view some formats and content of a few Nurse Expert Witness Reports. Any direction would be greatly appreciated. I have reviewed courses in Legal Nurse Consulting and concluded that I would simply like to review "sample" reports written by legal Nurse witnesses...Thanks for reading.