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Avoid these mistakes in your personal injury case

On Behalf of | Feb 4, 2022 | Firm News |

After a serious injury, you may have trouble providing for your family and paying your medical bills. This can be true even if you have insurance. A personal injury lawsuit can be an option to help you get the financial assistance you need to get your life back on track.

To make sure you receive the compensation you deserve, avoid these mistakes that could impact your case.

Failing to collect evidence

For a successful personal injury case, you will have to demonstrate fault. Immediately after an injury, whether from a slip-and-fall, car collision or another type of accident, you should document the scene and collect witness statements. If you call law enforcement, make sure to obtain a copy of the police report.

Not seeking medical treatment

A doctor will ensure you receive the care you need to get better and make sure that you do not have additional complications. Additionally, medical records are an important part of proving the extent of your injuries. Make sure to keep all X-rays, scans, doctor notes and other documents relevant to your treatment.

Using social media irresponsibly

Under normal circumstances, you might not think twice before posting on social media. Once you have a personal injury claim, you should carefully consider every post and picture you want to share online. Avoid pictures that could downplay your injuries. Do not speak or vent about the status of your case online. The other party in your case can use your social media activity against you.

Even when you do everything right, the other party may deny that you need compensation. A strong legal strategy will help you get the financial relief to support your recovery.

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