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What do I do after an accident?
If you are an accident victim and have been physically injured, you should seek medical attention immediately. Typically, first responders will arrive at the scene of the accident and transfer you to the emergency room if needed. If you were injured in an accident but did not go to the hospital right away, gather the evidence before leaving the scene. First and foremost, get the contact information of potential witnesses. Additionally, take photos and videos of the vehicles, any visible damage, and bodily injuries. Lastly, write a short description of how you are feeling physically. Many accident victims experience delayed whiplash symptoms, so tracking your well-being will not only inform decisions regarding your health but will also act as evidence in a personal injury claim.
Now remember that everything that you say can be later used against you if you decide to pursue an injury claim or settlement lawsuit; thus, share as little information as possible. If there is any chance that the accident was not your fault, contact a personal injury attorney at once. Fortunately, many injury attorneys offer a free consultation to evaluate the value and validity of your personal injury claim. Under the circumstance that you have been seriously injured, it may be to your benefit to hire an accident injury lawyer that is affiliated with a network of medical experts so that both your legal and medical needs are satisfied without much effort on your end.
How do I know if I have a case?
You don’t have to make this decision alone. Set up a free consultation with an attorney to discuss the details of your situation. The attorney will be able to tell you who to sue and what you can expect to recover based on the facts of the accident and the laws in your state. In most cases, you will have a case if someone acted carelessly under the circumstances and caused your injuries. Applying this standard is more complicated than it sounds, however, so it’s important to consult an attorney.
Do I have a case if I do not feel hurt?
How long do I have to file a personal injury case?
What do I do if an insurance adjuster calls me?
What damages are available in a personal injury case?
How much is my personal injury case worth?
Do I need a lawyer for a personal injury case?
How do I pay for a lawyer in a personal injury case?
You shouldn’t be concerned that you lack the funds to hire an attorney. The majority of personal injury lawyers take cases for free and are paid as a percentage of any settlement or verdict they win for you. Therefore, if you lose the case, the lawyer also loses. A contingency fee arrangement is what this refers to. Although the percentage a lawyer retains from a settlement varies, it is typically between 30 and 33 percent. If you appear in court, it can be more expensive.
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