Police report. If there was a report filed for the accident, then your lawyer needs to know. A number for the file works just as well.
Medical records. When you are looking for compensation for injuries, it's best to have the doctor's exact words. You also have a stronger case for injury in general.
Date of the accident. Getting the facts right the first time is key in moving along as quickly as possible.
Basic description of the accident. That includes how many cars were involved, who was driving, how quickly the car was moving and where you were on the road.
When you call us the first time, a representative will ask for your name, phone number and address. This is just for informational purposes. If you are uncomfortable sharing your address, then it's not necessary. The representative will also ask how you found the phone number and to verify the last four digits of the number you dialed. That's not the last four of your own phone number, but the last four of the number of Accident Attorneys' Group.
The representative will then verify what type of accident you were in and ask for short description of injuries and the accident. Keep it simple and to the point. This is a brief that is sent to the person who then uses the information to give you the best advice possible for what to do after you car accident.
Recovery from an accident can take time. With the help of a good attorney, the process could move faster. With the right information from the start, the attorney can do their best job possible. Gather your evidence and give us a call for legal advice.