Personal Injury

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, mistake, or an intentional act, it is only fair that you be compensated for any loss you suffer. In many cases, the insurance company will deny your case or make you a low offer which does not make up for your losses. If this story sounds familiar to you, call us. You may have a case. Our law firm helps people who need help fighting insurance companies so they can get back to living their normal life.

What To Do After I Have Been Injured?

Seek immediate medical attention:

If too much time passes between the accident and when you treat, the insurance company may argue that you were not as hurt as you say, otherwise you would have treated. Also, the insurance may argue that another incident occurred after the accident and before you treated which may have caused the injury. You should treat right away to protect your interest.

Do not discuss your case with the other party or their representative or insurance company before speaking to an attorney:

Any statements you make to the other party or the insurance company can later be used against you. Innocent mistakes can harm your case later. It is usually best to have an attorney communicate on your behalf.

Write down what happened:

People’s memory of an incident may fade over time. It is recommended that you write down the sequence of events as soon as possible before your memory becomes clouded.

Take steps to preserve evidence:

It is important to make sure that any proof or evidence is not lost, altered, or destroyed. For example, if you are in an automobile accident, repair work should not begin until detailed pictures have been taken, preferably by a professional. Additionally, you want to allow for data from the vehicle to be extracted before it is lost or damaged in a vehicle repair.

Similarly, if you are bit by a dog, you want to preserve any torn clothing. If you have a slip or trip and fall, your shoes may be critical evidence. You do not want to wear, repair, or throw out your shoes until the case is resolved.


It is recommended that you take photographs immediately after injury. Photograph of the injury are important. You should take pictures of the injured body parts and date the photographs. If you wait too long to take photographs and you begin to heal, you may lose important evidence.

It is advisable that you take photographs of the site of the accident. If you were in a car accident, take a photograph of the damage to your automobile and any other automobile involved.

Police Report:

In many cases, a police report may be helpful. You may call the police after the accident who will then make a report. The police report and witness statements can be helpful for your case.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

There are a number of factors to consider when evaluating damages in a personal injury case. Some pain factors include past and future medical bills, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, loss of consortium, and pain and suffering. An experienced attorney can help provide a picture into what to expect from your particular case.

Do I Need An Attorney?

Having the right attorney can be extremely helpful for your case. An attorney can help evaluate your case, question witnesses, work with medical experts, and investigate the scene. An attorney can negotiate with the insurance companies and prepare your case for trial if a settlement cannot be reached. Our law firm can help with the above and help work your case through trial.
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