4 Things to Bring to Your Consultation with an Auto Accident Lawyer

April 23, 2020

 

Once you have scheduled your free consultation with a qualified auto accident lawyer, there are a few steps you need to take to prepare. The more information you are able to bring to your consultation, the better understanding your auto accident lawyer will have regarding the details of your accident. With this information in front of them, they can determine whether or not you have enough to file a claim. Make sure to bring the following four things to your consultation.

 

Consultation with an Auto Accident Lawyer:

 

1)     Medical Information

 

If you were in an accident that resulted in you or your loved one seeking medical attention, it is best to track every detail of that experience. Keep a record of the details related to your medical visits, proof of injury, or any other medical information that might be related to your accident.

 

Details like this can inform your auto accident lawyer of what procedures were performed, how much they cost you and determine whether or not they need more information to move forward with.

 

2)     Receipts

 

Receipts are important in determining the amount of compensation you need as a result of your accident. Your receipts might include the cost to repair your vehicle, cost of medical treatments/procedures, or paystubs proving how much income you lost as a result of your injury.

The more proof you have of damages and losses related to your accident, the more your auto accident lawyer will be able to advocate for the compensation you truly deserve. The receipts you bring to the initial consultation can lead to higher compensation down the line.

 

3)     Any Correspondence

 

Correspondence with medical professionals, others involved in the accident, or your insurance company can have a huge impact on your case. Keeping track of your conversations with anyone related to your case can strengthen it.

 

Correspondence can look different depending on where it is coming from. It might include conversations with your medical provider over a patient portal, texts or phone calls shared with others involved in the accident, and any conversation you hold with your insurance company who might not have your best interest in mind. Your auto accident lawyer can use this correspondence as leverage in you case.

 

4)     Police Report  

 

Lastly, if there is a police report related to your accident, it is important to bring that to your consultation. The police report can detail important information to how you received your injuries and can give your auto accident lawyer a better sense of what happened.

 

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