Personal Injury Lawsuits:
What to Expect
Be Prepared for Your Ventura Personal Injury Consultation
When you set up a meeting with one of our Ventura personal injury lawyers, we advise you to come prepared. The initial consultation is a sort of interview process. We are interviewing you to see if your case is something we can handle on your behalf. At the same time, you should be interviewing us to evaluate whether we’re the team to work on your case.
One of the most important factors in any personal injury case is evidence. Another is documentation. With proper evidence and indisputable documentation, you will have a better chance of getting the results that you need.
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Your attorney will need documentation and general information regarding your accident in order to build an aggressive case on your behalf. If you have questions about what you should bring or if you do not have certain documents, you can contact us for assistance.
Call Us to Schedule a Free Case Evaluation
Call us today to schedule your complimentary initial case evaluation. If you come prepared, we can determine the course of action that will be most effective in your case. Don’t hesitate to contact us immediately after an accident and talk with a professional who can advise you about your personal injury situation.
Bring as much of the following as possible to your case evaluation appointment:
- Medical bills and records of payment
- A copy of the police report
- The names and addresses of any parties present at the accident (ambulance companies, witnesses, property owners, etc.)
- The name and address of the hospital where you were treated
- The date, time, and location of the incident that caused your injury
- Date or dates you were taken to the hospital
- The names and addresses of all medical professionals involved in your treatment (doctors, surgeons, chiropractors, masseurs, physical therapists, acupuncturists, etc.)
- All contact information for your insurance company, insurance agent, and other representatives
- Dates you were unable to work because of your injury and documentation of lost wages
- A list of applicable insurance policies
- Copies of any statements you gave to insurance companies
- Records of any psychological or psychiatric treatment after the accident
- Photographs of property damage related to the accident
- Information about other parties possibly liable in the accident
- All other pertinent documents, medical records, photographs, videos, statements, etc. pertaining to the accident.