Personal Injury Claims
Should you file a personal injury lawsuit after an accident or injury, and what can you expect if you do? In this section, we offer tips on how fault is established in an injury case, figuring out how much your claim might be worth, and the best early steps you can take to help your case and protect your legal rights.
First Steps After an Accident or Injury
Writing down the details after an accident is more accurate than relying on your memory.
The first few days immediately following an accident are often the most important for finding and preserving evidence of what happened — and documenting your injuries.
You may need to get copies of your medical records for a number of reasons. If you re involved in a personal injury lawsuit, medical records may be a key element in the case.
If you ve been injured in an accident, it s important to notify anyone who may be responsible for the accident.
Who Is at Fault?
Injured in an accident? Proving who is responsible for an accident can be tough.
How to decide who is legally at fault for an accident or personal injury.
There is no limit to the kinds of accidents — some pretty strange and many beyond one s capacity to invent — that cause people injuries.
Key Considerations in an Injury Claim
Evaluating your accident or injury case: A look at the different types of compensation available in a personal injury lawsuit.
Learn about this key component of damages, and the factors that go into its calculation.
A look at common defense strategies that can bar or limit a personal injury lawsuit.
If you are injured by a government agency, you may be able to sue under the Federal Tort Claims Act.
How to find a good personal injury attorney to help you with your accident or injury claim.
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