If you have been recently injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, you are likely seeking compensation by filing a personal injury claim. Before you begin this process, it is important to understand how you can prepare for your initial consultation with your personal injury attorney. To learn more about the documents you should bring and the ways you can prepare, continue reading and contact our experienced Howard County personal injury attorney today.
What should I bring to my initial consultation with a personal injury attorney?
It is best to document the accident as much as you can following your injuries. You should bring this evidence and information to your personal injury attorney so that they can assess the situation. Some of the most useful pieces of information to bring to your initial consultation with your lawyer are as follows:
- A copy of the police report
- Medical bills
- Medical documentation from your treatment stating the date, time, and severity of your injuries
- A written statement regarding the order of events that led to your accident
- Insurance information
- The other motorist’s insurance information
- Any written or recorded correspondence with the other party or their insurance company
- If you were injured in a slip and fall accident: photos of the unsafe property conditions that led to your accident
- If you were injured in an auto accident: photos of any damage to your vehicle and the other motorist’s vehicle
If you have any other questions about your initial consultation or would like to schedule one with our legal team, simply pick up the phone and give us a call today. The sooner you speak with us, the better off you will be. We are on your side, and will be through every step of the process.
Contact Our Howard County, Maryland Firm
If you or a family member has sustained serious injuries in an accident caused by another person’s negligence, contact Lloyd J. Eisenberg & Associates today. We are here to provide you with the steady and effective legal guidance you deserve.