What to Bring to Your Personal Injury Case Consultation

by Monty Yolles on October 25, 2012

Personal Injury Consultation

Coping with the effects of an injury to you or your family member can be mentally, physically, and emotionally demanding.  Many accident victims seek the help of a personal injury attorney to recover the costs of medical treatment and monetary damages related to lost wages and pain and suffering.  A little planning before you meet with your attorney can help speed up the process.  The following is a list of some of the paperwork your attorney may ask for:

  1. The date of the accident;
  2. The name and address of the hospital where you were treated;
  3. The names and addresses of all doctors or other medical professionals who treated you and where they treated you;
  4. The dates of your hospital stay, if any;
  5. Medical bills and receipts related to your injury;
  6. If an auto accident, the names of your insurance company, agent, and any insurance representatives you talked to after the accident;
  7. A copy of your insurance policy (or at the very least, the Declarations Page);
  8. Dates you were out of work, if any, due to the accident;
  9. Names and addresses of witnesses, if any; and
  10. A copy of the accident report or the accident report number.

Since every case is fact-specific, you should consult with an experienced personal injury attorney to evaluate the facts related to your case and help you choose the right course of action.  Depending on your particular situation, your attorney may ask for additional information.

At The Yolles Legal Group, we will fight for your rights and seek monetary damages if you were injured due to another person or company’s negligence.  Monty Yolles, founder of THE YOLLES LEGAL GROUP, is an experienced Maryland personal injury attorney who can review your case and help you navigate the legal system on your road to recovery.  Call Monty Yolles today at (301)670-0443 to discuss your case, or send an email inquiry to monty@yolleslaw.com.

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