If you’ve been injured and looking to take legal action, read this blog to learn some tips on building a strong case.
Obtain as Much Information as Possible
The most important thing when building your case is to gather any information you can. When the accident first occurs, you will want the contact details of the person who hit you. You will also want contact info for any eyewitnesses, pictures, videos from surveillance cameras, and police reports. You will also want to write down everything you remember as soon as possible so you don’t forget any details. Depending on how severe your injuries, if you are unable to collect this all yourself, ask someone to gather the info for you.
The next thing you should do is to seek medical attention immediately. Not only is this important for your health, it’s also essential for your case. A doctor can diagnose and identify your injuries and advise on the treatment and medication you will need. The more information and evidence you have, the stronger your case will be.
Properly Prepare Yourself for your Consultation
When you come in for your consultation with Brad Cooper, a leading personal injury lawyer in Philadelphia, PA, it is beneficial to bring all your evidence and be prepared to give your story of the accident. You will also want to let us know how your injuries affected your day to day, your work, and your mental health. It is important to be completely honest so that we can start to build you a strong case. We are dedicated to helping you so the more information you provide, the better we can assist you.
It is important to document everything that happens during the entire process. Make sure to collect data that proves the negative impact of the accident on your life. This can be evidence of financial loss, doctor’s notes on your injuries and your progression to health, and overall evidence of your suffering.
To get started on building your case, please contact Brad Cooper today.