Step 3: Investigation

Once you’ve retained an injury lawyer, they will begin investigating your case. Their goal is to gather information that proves your injuries and damages were caused directly by the accident, and that the responsible party (and their insurance) owe you compensation.

Every accident is different, and every case will require different types of evidence. However, some common types of information gathered include:

  • Pre- and post-accident medical records.
  • Police reports.
  • Documentation related to missed work, loss of income, etc.
  • Evidence of how your injuries have impacted your life.

In addition to an experienced team of injury lawyers, James H. Brown and Associates has access to a complete team of investigators, analysts, economists, and other professionals to assist in gathering evidence about your injuries and help build a strong case.

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