What your personal injury lawyer needs from you
Your time and your lawyer’s time is valuable, and bringing certain items, documents and photos to your first meeting with your lawyer will help the process. Note, it is fine to go to your first meeting if you don’t have some of these items, but it is important to gather the information you do have. Car crashes are traumatizing and can leave you dealing with injuries and pain for years or even decades. Providing information and documents at the initial meeting can help your claim and will give you a better chance of getting fair and reasonable compensation for your injuries and damages.
All personal injury cases are different, and some items may not apply to your case. Our Florida personal injury attorneys, over the course of their careers helping people that are injured, have developed a checklist of what to bring to your first meeting to make sure the process goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible.
Bring these Documents (if you have them) to your first meeting:
- Police report
- Medical records
- Medical insurance information
- Any bills accumulated as a result of the injury
- Repair costs
- Car insurance information and the declaration page of your policy
- Photographs of the damage
- Photographs of physical injuries
- Any correspondences you may have had with another party
- Any proof of lost wages
- Rental car charges
If you have questions about car crash you have been involved in, please contact the Law Offices of Aronberg, Aronberg & Green. To schedule a free consultation at no cost or obligation, give us a call at 561-266-9191. With over 37 years of combined experience in every area of Florida personal injury law, we are here to help you with your case and help you get the compensation you deserve. Remember, we charge no fees until you collect.