Putting a claim forward for compensation can be a daunting experience but it is something that you do not need to by yourself. Solicitors in Carmichael can build a case to present to the relevant parties in order to help you win the compensation money you deserve.
Building a case means that you will need to have evidence in order to prove you claim and show that you were not responsible for the accident.
Collecting evidence for a compensation claim
Evidence is something you could obtain quite easily. The most popular forms of evidence to collect is photographs. The saying goes that a picture speaks 1000 words so by having a collection of them your case can get off to a really strong start.
Pure hearsay cannot win you the case for compensation so having photographs of the hazard, any injuries received and any other relevant factors in print means that the second party will find it difficult to argue.
In addition to having photographs of the accident, eye witnesses can also prove to be useful. At the time of the accident it is advisable to get the contact details of the witnesses so that they may later be contacted by your solicitor for statements.
Solicitors in Carmichael and further evidence
After all of your evidence has been collected there can be more evidence to be collected by your solicitors in Carmichael. With the resources at their disposal, solicitors can gain access to other possible fields such as obtaining CCTV footage if it is available.
Solicitors can also liaise with emergency services if they attended the scene and retrieve any reports or evidence they are able to provide to assist in the case for compensation.
Putting together all of the evidence collected from yourself and from the solicitors in Carmichael, your case for a compensation claim can get off to a good start.
If you have any questions about collecting evidence for the accident claim or are unsure as to what types of evidence you are allowed to use for a compensation claim you can give us a call.
Accident Advice Helpline has advisors who will be able to give you guidance on what is expected of evidence and what types can be used to strengthen your case. It is free to call us so get in contact today on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile right now.
Date Published: 27th August 2017
Author: Jan Newell