You were physically injured, and it wasn’t your fault. You have medical bills, and maybe haven’t been able to work in a little while. You have questions: Who do I contact about this? Should I file a lawsuit? Do I have a case?
Considering there are many factors that go into determining whether you are eligible for compensation, this is the time when you should contact a personal injury attorney. An attorney specializing in personal injury cases will be able to advise you on what to do moving forward. But in the meantime, there are a few things you can do to prepare for a consultation:
- Obtain any evidence you can and bring it with you. This could include police reports, witness statements, complete with names and phone numbers; copies of any medical bills, statements from the insurance company, pay stubs for proof of lost wages, and any other pertinent documentation.
- Don’t forget to take photos of the scene of the accident and any injuries you’ve sustained. These will all be important in establishing fault in the case.
When you have compiled all the evidence you have, reach out to the attorney. Brett M. Bressler Attorneys at Law have over 27 years of personal injury law experience. We have been able to recover millions of dollars for our personal injury clients. A short time ago, a client was a passenger in a commercial vehicle when it was overturned on a highway. After suffering serious injuries which impacted her daily life, an investigation was performed, and we were able to recover the full policy limit from the driver’s insurance company — $6,000,000.
Our main goal is to make our clients feel as safe and comfortable in this difficult time as possible. We understand the pain that comes with sustaining an injury due to an accident where you were not at fault. Call us today for a free consultation.
Who do I contact about this?
You can feel confident with Brett Bressler and his team representing you.