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Gather proof to bolster your car accident injury claim

After a car crash, you might feel shaken and stressed out. Amidst all of the pain and distress, it is important for you to gather records for a future insurance claim or lawsuit in the future. The more proof you have, the stronger your case will be.

You might have a lot of questions regarding the claims or lawsuit process and how you will receive adequate compensation. This post addresses the crucial types of documentation you should collect after you get into an accident.

Evidence from the accident scene

Regardless of how severe the accident is, the police should show up and file an incident report. A police report will contain all crucial details, including which driver was negligent. Along with the police report, you should also gather the names, addresses and insurance information from the other drivers. Take pictures of the scene, including all vehicles, damage and injuries.

Documentation of injuries

You will need to keep track of all medical treatments pertaining to the injuries sustained from the car crash. Keep all expenses related to hospital admissions, emergency care, primary care treatments, chiropractic treatments and prescriptions. Request copies of your medical records and bills from any providers. You might also want to keep a journal containing details of health care appointments, how the injury impacted your life and any mental suffering.

Pay records

Gathering evidence of lost wages is crucial for obtaining accurate compensation. If your injury causes you to lose time from work, collect any pay stubs, deposit records or other financial documents from before and after the accident to calculate the difference.

If you want to have the best shot at a successful claim or lawsuit, you need to collect accurate documentation of your injuries. If you have not started collecting these records, start doing so now. It might be wise to consult a personal injury attorney for help, even before filing a lawsuit.

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