Crucial Documents to Win Your Personal Injury Case
Personal injury claims require a lot of documentation. You're probably already aware of what kinds of documents you might need to file a personal injury claim, such as medical records, police reports, insurance policies, witness statements, etc. But it never hurts to review those documents again just to make sure you've got everything you need.
When you hire us to represent you in a personal injury lawsuit, we'll collect all the documents we think you'll need to prove your case. In addition to the ones listed above, here are some others that you might want to keep handy:
- Medical bills
- Insurance policy(ies)
- Photographs of injuries
- Police report(s)
- Witness statement(s)
- Vehicle inspection certificate(s)
- Email correspondence
- Other relevant documents
Your first meeting with a personal injury attorney about a personal injury case is a free discussion of what happened, your injuries, and our legal options.
You will need to give your certain information about yourself and your potential case. This includes:
- How did the accident happen?
- What injuries resulted?
- Where did it occur?
- Who else was involved?
- What caused the injuries?
In addition to providing basic information about the type of accident, date, place, names of parties involved, etc., it is important to provide additional information about injuries sustained, including severity, duration, treatment received, prognosis, and whether there are any ongoing medical issues. This includes information about how long someone was hospitalized, what medications were prescribed, and whether anyone else was injured in the same incident.
The purpose of this document is to help us better understand the nature of your claim and to ensure we have sufficient information to properly evaluate your claim. Please do not hesitate to call our office if you have any questions regarding this request.Accident Evidence To Obtain
If you are involved in a vehicle accident, it is important to collect information about what happened. This includes things like witness statements, police reports, medical bills, insurance documents, photographs, etc. If you don't keep copies of these items, we can help you get them.Documents to Obtain to Pursue a Personal Injury Claim
If you are involved in an auto accident, it is important to gather evidence of the crash and the injuries sustained. In most states, you must file an insurance claim within one year of the date of the accident. You will want to obtain copies of the police report, hospital bills, and medical reports. These documents will help prove your case against the at-fault party.Contact a Personal Injury Attorney
An experienced personal injury lawyer in Harris County, Galveston County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, Brazoria County, Houston, Sugar Land, Missouri City, and Stafford, Texas at Thornton Esquire Law Group, PLLC will take over the case from the very beginning and make sure that you receive fair compensation for your injuries. A personal injury lawyer will help you recover medical expenses, lost wages, pain, suffering, and other losses due to the accident. Contact us today at www.thorntonesquirelawgroup.com for a free consultation.