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DOs & DON'Ts - INJURY TIPS
Gather any witness information
Obtain the other party's information
Take pictures of the vehicle / place of injury
Notify your insurance company if applicable
Obtain a copy of the police report if applicable
If you are able to, remove your car from storage
Write a complete description as soon as possible
Keep all receipts: ie prescriptions, co-payments, deductible
Find out what reports you need to fill out from local authorities
Take pictures of any visible injuries: cuts, bruises, burns, abrasions
Be wary of claims adjusters that are interested in sending you a check to settle quickly
Have copies of hospital discharge paperwork available
Contact the police immediately if immediate danger exists or you are involved in a traffic accident
Complete an Online Injury Lawyers submission form to have injury lawyers in your area compete for your case
Give a signed or recorded statement to insurance adjusters
Leave the scene if know you are injured and haven't reported it yet
Allow the scene to be altered before proper evidence gathering has taken place
Discuss the injury with anyone but your medical provider, lawyer and police
Accept settlement of your claim until you are sure you have found out how much you should receive
Forget to submit your case to the Online Injury Lawyers website for a free case evaluation
What is the best legal advice when in a car accident?
The best legal advice when in a car accident is to seek medical attention for any injuries, call the police to report the accident, and collect as much information as possible about the other driver and any witnesses. It is also important to take photographs of the accident scene and the damage to all vehicles involved. Additionally, you should avoid admitting fault or discussing the accident with anyone other than the police and your own insurance company. Consult with a lawyer if you have any legal questions or concerns.
How common are slip and fall accidents? How bad of a fall would I have to seek legal representation?
If I was bitten by my neighbor's dog, should I seek legal assistance?
If my doctor makes my injury worse, are there any ways I can make a claim for them?
What is workers compensation insurance and how serious of an injury should I have to make a claim with a lawyer?
What steps should I take if I took recalled medicine or another product caused me to be injured?
What occurs in a Wrongful Death lawsuit?
What are important factors to include when filing a personal injury claim?
Will an insurance adjuster attempt to reduce the significance of an injury claim?
Can I get an advance on a future personal injury claim settlement and pay it back with a fee once the case is over?
What is Maritime law and how does it apply if I get injured on a cruise ship?
If I am the passenger in a car that is involved in an accident, who do I sue?
What If I am injured on a train traveling from one state to another?
How does P.I.P. (personal injury protection) work?
How does Med-Pay work when I have it as part of my auto insurance policy?
What is workers compensation and how does it work?
What if I am hurt in a construction accident? Can I make an injury claim?
If someone physically assaults me, is that grounds for a personal injury claim?
If police or other law enforcement officials use excessive force on me, who do I sue?
If I am injured while traveling on public transportation, who do I sue?
Are chiropractors a good resource in building a personal injury claim?
What type of expert witnesses are used in personal injury lawsuits?
What monetary damages are expected in a winning personal injury claim verdict?
Are boat insurance policies similar to auto insurance policies when an injury claim is made?
Can I file a complaint for a personal injury claim up until the day the statute of limitations expires?
What happens when an insurance adjuster opens a new claim?
How does "Permanency" affect a personal injury lawsuit?
What does the term contributory negligence mean in Injury Law?
What does the term loss mitigation mean in Injury Law?
What does the term Loss of Earnings mean in Injury Law?
What is Loss of Consortium in a Personal Injury Lawsuit? Does it places a value on someone's life?
How do I know if the insurance company handling my injury claim is practicing "Bad Faith"?
What happens if I'm not happy with the personal injury lawyer I'm currently working with?
If I am in a rental car and someone hits me and causes an accident where my rental car hits a third vehicle?
Who is liable for a Drunk Driving accident?
The person who was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is typically liable for any accidents or damages that occur as a result of their actions. In addition, the owner of the vehicle may also be held liable if they knew or should have known that the driver was under the influence and still allowed them to operate the vehicle.
Can a bar or establishment that over-served a person alcohol that later caused a drunk driving accident also be liable?
How is negligence determined in a personal injury lawsuit?
What if I can't pay my medical costs that resulted from injuries sustained in an accident?
How long will my personal injury case take?
How much is a lawyer for a car accident personal injury case?
Will my insurance premium rates go up if I file a personal injury accident claim?
How would I know if I should pursue a wrongful death personal injury claim?
Who is liable for my car accident personal injury claim?
If my personal injury lawsuit goes to trial, what is the process and timeline?
What should I do after I am involved in a trucking accident that injured me?
What are the statute of limitations in each state?
What are unusual things to know about personal injury law?
Contributory and Comparative Negligence: In some states, if you are found to be partially at fault for an accident, your award can be reduced proportionately. This is called contributory negligence. In contrast, other states follow a comparative negligence rule, under which an award is reduced proportionately to the degree of fault of the plaintiff.
What are the 10 most common personal injury claims filed?
Slip and fall accidents: This can happen when a property owner or manager fails to maintain safe conditions on their property, leading to accidents such as slips and trips.
What is a "Class Action" lawsuit?
A class action lawsuit is a legal proceeding in which a large group of people collectively sue another party, typically a corporation or business. The individuals in the group, known as "class members," have claims against the defendant that are similar or related to one another. The class action allows the claims of many individuals to be resolved in a single lawsuit, rather than each person having to file a separate suit. The lead plaintiff, or "class representative," typically represents the interests of the entire class in the litigation.