If you've been injured in a car accident, you'll generally need to prove two main elements to win a lawsuit for damages: that the accident was someone else's fault, and that you were injured. Evidence of your physical injuries, as well as the financial costs of medical care and lost wages, will often be the most important details of your case. So what medical evidence will you need for your car accident case?
Here's a look:
Documentation of injuries following a car accident will take many forms, and can be generated almost immediately after the accident:
Knowing what medical evidence you'll need will assist help you figure out how you'll need to get it.
Gathering evidence of your injuries can be among the most important first steps you can take in a personal injury case. Obviously you should first ensure that everyone involved, including yourself, is safe and receives any necessary medical attention. Then, to the extent possible, you should ensure that the accident and your injuries are documented:
An experienced personal injury attorney is in the best position to advise you on what medical evidence you'll need after a car accident and assess your case. Contact one today.