What Type of Documentation Should I Have For My LV Personal Injury Claim?
Posted by: albright on Fri, Jan 11, 2019Share this post
After being injured an accident with a careless and negligent driver, you will need to build a case that supports your claim for damages. Nevada law places the burden on you to prove your case by a preponderance of the evidence. What that means is that your version of events must be more likely true than not true. In order to overcome that burden, you must back your claim for damages with reliable evidence. This is when retaining a Las Vegas personal injury attorney from Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright will be of critical importance. They will leave no stone unturned in the investigation of your accident. By doing that, important documentation will be professionally presented on your behalf. Here are some examples of what that documentation might consist of:
- Your version of how the crash happened.
- The testimony of the investigating police officer. Jurors see investigating officers as independent finders of fact.
- The testimony of any independent witnesses who were on the scene at the time of the crash.
- Any photographic or video evidence of the vehicles, scene or the crash.
- The defendant’s version of events.
- The extent of the damage on each vehicle and where it was located.
- The testimony of your treating physicians along with his or her findings, treatment plan and your present prognosis.
- Your medical bills and any medical bills reasonably expected to be received in the future.
- Your lost time from work and any lost time reasonably expected to be incurred in the future.
- Any permanent disfigurement or disability.
Let an experienced LV accident lawyer from Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright put all of the pieces together for you. Contact us as soon as possible after being injured in an accident that was caused by the negligence of somebody else. An LV personal injury lawyer from our offices will listen to you attentively, answer your questions and advise you of all of your legal alternatives.