How can I help make my lawyer in Ammanford’s job easier?
In the aftermath of an accident it can be confusing to know what to do for the best. Obviously it is very important to attend to any injuries you might have. You may consider making a compensation claim with the help of an injury lawyer. Your injury lawyer in Ammanford will be able to handle your compensation case, working to obtain the pay out to which you are legally entitled.
You may not realise it but there are certain actions you can take to make the claim process easier for your injury lawyer in Ammanford. By following Accident Advice Helpline’s useful guide you could not only make the claims’ process smoother and easier for your injury lawyer, but you could also boost your case’s chances of success and maximise the level of compensation that you might receive.
Check out our Accident Advice Helpline’s guidelines
Claim as soon as possible after your accident. Even though you legally have 3 years to make a claim, it is far better to take action as soon as possible after the incident. By claiming earlier, you will be increasing your chances of success as the event will still be fresh in your mind and in the minds of any impartial witnesses that you may need to call upon. It will be far easier to collect any additional evidence soon after your accident, and your injury lawyer will have more evidence to use when your case is taken to court.
Make sure you obtain medical attention for your injuries as soon as possible after your accident. It is important that you ensure that your doctor records all of your medical complaints relating to the accident. You may even wish to back up your medical records with photographs of any medical injuries that you have experienced.
Record any details you can about the location or cause of the accident. If possible take photographs of the any visible causes of your injury. For example, if you have tripped over a loose paving slab then, take a photograph of this as evidence. You may wish to record what happen in the form of a diagram. This can be especially useful to show what has happened in the event of a road traffic accident.
If there have been any impartial witnesses to your accident then ensure to collect their contact details. You injury lawyer may need to present witness statements when your case is heard in court.
Contact us now
Instead of using the services of a local lawyer, let us at Accident Advice Helpline take care of your claim. We are very experienced and trustworthy.
Call 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile) for further advice and help from our highly trained advisory team.
Date Published: 12th December 2013
Author: David Brown