The procedure for plaintiff personal injury cases may take from six months to several years, during which time the customer's patience may be severely attempted. However, our experience is that customers informed in advance have a higher tolerance for judicial slow-rotating wheels. Below are a few details of the new personal injury client that you may wish to notify you after your reservation:
In most personal injury cases, the following events occur in the program. First, your lawyer must complete the investigation and file. This will involve collecting data from your doctor, your employer, and our investigators. When we think we have enough information to form an opinion on the financial scope of your loss, we will negotiate with the opposition to reach a settlement.
It will help your case to tell us and your doctor any harm or medical problems before and after the accident. Injured persons who conceal or forget early or late injury or medical problems may lose good cases. The insurance company keeps a record of any and all insurance company claims. The insurance company will surely know if you have filed a claim.
Tell your doctor about all your complaints. The doctor's record can only be
exactly the same as what you gave. Track all prescriptions and drugs and bills. Save all vials or containers at the same time.
You should record your experience since the accident. In addition to this daily record, we also ask you to begin describing the day of your life. In other words, describe what you do when you get up in the morning, the first thing you do after work, what kind of work and effort you put into your work, what activities you engage in after work, and so on.
In other words, we need you to describe changes in your work life,
your playing life, as a husband or wife, child or parent's life. In your written description of your day, we would like to thank you for your detailed explanation and use your own words to explain how accidents and the corresponding injuries affect your life, your personality and your prospects.
Remember, suffering is not just a physical pain; pain can be emotional and can be spread to your family and friends at work and play. When you have completed these descriptions, please mail them back to the office and attach envelopes.
Write down all matters regarding this accident – no matter how little you think it may be. You should include instructions for your treatment, treatment, plaster, utensils, hospitalization, doctor replacement, medication changes, symptoms, recurrence, frustration, disability, and inconvenience. If you have any questions about the suitability of certain information, please call the office and let us assist you.
3. Record medical expenses and out-of-pocket expenses
You can also begin to set up a system to detail the costs associated with a claim. Medical and legal costs are an important part of your litigation value, so you must keep a good record of these costs. Your lawyer will track your legal costs, which may include submitting applications, processing services, investigations, reports, testimonies, witness fees, jury fees, etc.
However, from time to time there will be expenses that you must trace yourself. We ask that you make every effort to avoid any possible mistakes or inaccuracies because the jurors hold unrelenting respect for the truth. Keep your cancellation cheques together with your expense list as we will need them later.
In general, these procedures may take six months to several years, and during this time your patience may be severely tested. However, our experience is that customers informed in advance have a higher tolerance for judicial slow-rotating wheels.
4. Do not discuss the case
An insurance company may call you and record a conversation, or send an adjuster (investigator) who may carry a covert tape recorder. You should not discuss your case with anyone.
Clearly, we cannot overemphasize that you will not discuss this issue with anyone except your lawyer or immediate family. You should not sign any documents without the consent of this office. Remember that you may be photographed and investigated by the opposition at any time. If you follow the simple conclusions we listed in your list, we think we will be able to get a fair and reasonable amount for your injury. If you receive any correspondence concerning your case, please mail or fax it to your lawyer immediately.
If someone is approaching you for your accident without your lawyer's permission, please provide a full explanation of the incident. These notes should include the party’s name and address, the person’s description, and a narrative description of what was said or done. In any case, you should not answer any questions. All questions should be submitted to your lawyer's office.
6. The bill
retains all bills relating to your losses, including medical expenses, hospital expenses, medicines and medicines, treatments, appliances, and any costs necessary to help you recover. If possible, pay these bills by cheque or money order in order to keep a complete record. If this is not feasible, you must obtain a complete receipt with the title of the bill to indicate where the receipt came from and who issued the receipt.
must retain anything that may be used as evidence, such as shoes, clothing, glasses, photographs, defective machines, defective parts, foreign matter accidents that may be a factor of yours, etc. Be sure to let the office know that you own these items.
photographs all motor vehicles, machines, appliances, etc. that may be directly or indirectly connected with the accident. Also, be sure to let the office know that you have such a photo.
9. Ask a lawyer to provide advice
to advise our office at any time regarding address changes, major changes in medical treatment, termination of treatment, termination of employment, reduction of employment or any other unusual changes in life.
10. Insurance Report
Before making any report to the insurance company, please consult with the Office on the desirability of the type of report to ensure the responsibilities under your policy, medical payment insurance, property damage or other claims, or claims against you Your own policy consists of third parties.
11. Unemployed salary
holds all complete records of lost wages. Get a statement from your company that emphasizes the time you lost, the wage rate you paid, the number of hours worked per week, the average weekly wage, and any damage caused by the accident. Where possible, other types of evidence may also be obtained, such as classified bills, time card copies, cancelled cheques, cheque stubs, vouchers, pay slips, etc.
12. New information
If you find any new information about the evidence in this case, report it to a lawyer immediately. This is especially the case where witnesses have been unavailable so far.
Remember that you may be constantly watching and may be photographed or filmed by the other person. Please note that some of the photographs and movies of the cases have been introduced in court to show that claimants who allegedly were involved in activities they claim to be unable to do. Of course, if your career is only one, you do not have to live in the fear of being photographed.
14. Submission of a complaint
If an early resolution is not productive, a complaint is filed and the party informs that the complaint has been filed. The opposition was then given a fixed time to submit so-called "answers." The answer is usually followed by a request for a written inquiry. These issues must be resolved by the claimant with the help of a lawyer. In general, the written question is followed by testimony, which is a testimony recorded in the oath of anyone who the opponent wishes to challenge.
However, when doing daily activities, always remember that you need to be investigated. If you are seriously injured, please do not do anything in your daily life that could harm your situation. You should always follow your doctor's advice. If you must do something that makes you miserable, it can usually be explained by the satisfaction of any court or jury.
In some cases, the insurance agent tried to disparage
personal injury by filming the claimant's film in various physical activities. On one occasion, a large stone weighing more than one hundred pounds was placed at the garage doorway at night so that the claimant must be forced to remove the rock in order to drive to work. This is of course shot and used to dismantle the plaintiff’s claim in court.