Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jul 01, 2015 in Auto Accidents
Car accidents can often be a devastating experience and can turn your world upside down. And sometimes a lawsuit is the only viable solution to help you get back on your feet.
While it may seem like a straightforward plan, there are a number of things that can harm an unsuspecting accident victims claim.
Fortunately, the auto accident lawyers at Phillips Law Group have years of experience representing the injured and will walk with you through the complete litigation process
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What Not to Do
Everyone wants justice when they've been wronged. However, there are certain actions a personal injury victim can do to lose credibility of their claim. Some of these actions include:
Failure to Complete Medical Treatment - If your physician has informed you that you need to follow up for additional treatment or that you need physical therapy for a certain length of time, it is important to do so. The information that is documented during each visit will help substantiate your claim.
Failure to Disclose Accurate Claim Information - If you submit false claim information, your chances of receiving benefits will be greatly reduced.
Discarding pertinent information - While its ideal to think that your attorney will be able to gather every piece of evidence on their own, its important that you keep an accurate record of dates and copies of medical related information you may have including prescriptions to submit to your attorney.
The more you learn now about how you can improve your chances of securing a solid personal injury case, the more likely you are to receive the benefits and compensation youre entitled to.
Contact a Phoenix injury lawyer from the offices of the Phillips Law Group today for a free consultation to discuss your case. We can help you get the justice you deserve.
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