Motor vehicle accidents can happen suddenly and without warning, leaving
victims in shock and unsure of what to do next. While your health is of
the utmost importance and you should seek medical attention immediately
if you’re seriously injured, gathering evidence at the scene of
the accident is also crucial if you want to file a personal injury claim.
In order to achieve full compensation for your injuries, you must be able
to determine fault. From there, attorneys like those at our personal injury
law firm can handle the rest and build strong strategies for your case.
Evidence to Collect
No one wants to admit fault, especially the insurance company of the party
responsible for the accident. They will do what they can in order to evade
liability or pin some of the blame on you. This is why it’s important
to carefully document everything that can be used against them.
The following items are considered evidence and can be used in court:
- Police reports
- Accident site photos
- Examination of vehicle damage
- Forensic inspection of accident scene
- Professional medical reports on your injuries
- Eyewitness accounts
Before your case even begins, you can already build a strong support for
yourself by collecting evidence. From there, our team can fight for compensation
to help make up for your medical bills, lost wages from work, property
damage, and pain and suffering. You’ve already paid dearly for your
injuries – let us take care of the rest.
Dedicated to Our Clients
Need a team of professionals to establish liability? The lawyers at Allen,
Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP have more than 30 years of experience winning
compensation for our clients through our strong cases and tough negotiations.
We’ve recovered millions of dollars in damages for our clients and
can work tirelessly to help you, whether you’re suffering from minor
or catastrophic injuries.
Call Allen, Semelsberger & Kaelin LLP at
contact us onlineif you need strong legal representation in your personal injury case. We’ve
helped countless clients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents.