How can you get more money for your Bridgeport accident case? An experienced Bridgeport accident lawyer will be able to advise you as to what you need to be doing to properly develop your case. There are a great number of things that a Bridgeport Connecticut accident attorney will tell you that you need to do and there are also great number of things that a Bridgeport accident lawyer will tell you that you should not be doing. So what is something that you can do to assist your Bridgeport accident lawyer in helping to maximize the value of your case?
It is always a good idea to keep detailed records and to properly document your case. The insurance company of the at fault party will want to carefully analyze all of the claims that your Bridgeport accident attorney will be making as it relates to either the liability involved in your case or the damages and injuries which you have suffered. The more documentation that you have and the more detailed your records are the better off you will be and provide additional proof that your Bridgeport accident lawyer will be able to present to the insurance company to help maximize the amount of money that your attorney is able to obtain for you. So for example, if you claim that you were unable to return to work as a result of the injuries that you sustained in your Bridgeport accident case, it would be helpful to have a note from your physician that indicates that you should not return to work until a certain date. It would also be helpful to have detailed employment records, pay stubs, tax returns, and any and all other proof which you can furnish to your Bridgeport accident attorney to show what loss of income you suffered.
Our Bridgeport Connecticut injury lawyers and accident attorneys have developed a number of books that we provide to Connecticut accident victims for free. One of our books is the workbook for "The Crash Course on Personal Injury Claims in Connecticut." This workbook provides you with one place to keep track of all of your accident related information. It provides you with explanations as to what you need to do and what information you need to obtain. It also explains what it is that we are trying to prove to the insurance company of the at fault party and provides you with places to keep track of all of this information. Once you have concluded your treatments, you will then present this book to our Bridgeport accident attorneys who will then use this information as the basis for drafting various sections of your settlement demand package.
Our Bridgeport accident attorneys will want you to brought provide us with information about some or all of the following: facts of the case; insurance information; witness information; medical treatment; pre-existing medical problems; lost wage information; progress reports; inventory of physical evidence; photographic summary; pain and injury questionnaire; medical treatment; and a before and after letter which will detail all of the problems that you experienced as a result of your accident related injuries. Our Bridgeport Connecticut injury lawyers will be happy to assist you and answer your questions as you proceed through this process so that you understand what you need to be doing in order to assist your Bridgeport accident attorney in helping to get you more money for your case.
Please visit our website to download one of our free books. Please call our toll-free number at 888-244-5480 and speak with one of our Bridgeport Connecticut injury lawyers to get your questions answered right away. You can also schedule a free consultation with one of our Bridgeport accident attorneys so you can sit down and fully discuss the facts of your case and be advised as to what you should be doing and what you should not be doing. You can even fill out our online form and give us some information about your case and one of our Bridgeport injury lawyers will then contact you. Don't wait until after you've made a mistake in discussing your case with the at fault party's insurance company. Get this very valuable free information before you make a mistake that could end up costing you many, many thousands of dollars.