Most people who receive personal injuries are unaware that the person who hurt them may owe them money. If you or someone you know has been injured and that injury could have been prevented, keep reading. Then, you will be able to ready to pursue a personal injury lawsuit.
If you don’t want to splash out on lawyer’s fees, and you can easily prove the other person was at fault, see if you can work out an out-of-court settlement with them. Their insurance company will be happy to do this as they’re in no hurry to go to court, so you’ll end up on top.
Be sure to take lots of pictures and take notes at the scene of your injury. These will go far to support your case. Have someone else take the photos if necessary. Do this immediately following injuries to get the best pictures.
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