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Building a Car Accident Injury Case

Aftermath of a car accident

Car accidents can range from minor fender benders to devastating fatalities, but the severity of the crash doesn't necessarily indicate how severe it will be to you. All crashes, regardless of their severity, can cause serious harm to drivers, passengers, and bystanders.  In the aftermath of a car accident, building a strong personal injury case is important to ensure justice and fair compensation. If you find yourself in such a situation, here are some essential steps you and an experienced attorney can take to strengthen your case.

Building Your Car Accident Injury Case

  1. Seek Medical Attention: Your health should be your top priority. Even if you think you haven't sustained any serious injuries, it's important to seek medical attention as soon as you're able to after the accident. Some injuries may not show immediate symptoms, and a medical professional will be able to evaluate and document any injuries you have sustained.

  2. Gather Evidence: An experienced personal injury attorney knows that collecting evidence is vital in building a strong personal injury case. They will have investigators and/or consultants take photos of the accident scene, including damages to your vehicle and any visible injuries. If possible, they will obtain witness statements and gather any relevant documents such as police reports or medical records.

  3. Report the Accident: If you're able to, contact the appropriate authorities and file an accident report. This official documentation will serve as valuable evidence in your case.

  4. Document Lost Wages and Expenses: If your injuries have caused you to miss work or incur medical expenses, keep records of these financial losses. This documentation will help calculate the amount of compensation you may be entitled to.

  5. Preserve Evidence: An experienced attorney will help you preserve any physical evidence related to the accident, such as damaged vehicle parts or clothing. If you can, save all communication related to the accident, including emails, text messages, and medical bills.

  6. Don't Discuss the Case on Social Media: Refrain from posting about the accident or your injuries on social media platforms. It's best to keep your personal information private during this time.

  7. Follow Medical Advice: As best you can, follow all medical advice and attend follow-up appointments. .

  8. Stay Patient: Personal injury cases can be complex and time-consuming. It's important to stay patient throughout the process and trust in the expertise of your attorney.

We're Here to Help Build Your Case

Remember, building a strong personal injury case requires diligence, evidence, and the guidance of an experienced attorney from Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP. By following these steps, you can increase your chances of obtaining the compensation you deserve after a car accident.

Call our Los Angeles attorneys at (866) 634-4525 or contact us online to get in touch with someone from our team about the details of your case right away. We will fight to recover your full and fair compensation.