Do I need to collect any evidence?
In a personal injury case, evidence is often necessary to prove that you have indeed suffered from another party’s negligent act. This evidence may come in the form of pictures of a car accident, police reports, or medical records relating to your injury.
During the aftermath of an injury, it can be difficult to gather evidence for your case, and you should always put your health first. However, if you are able, you can save any doctor’s notes or police reports that relate to your injury. If the injury came from a defective product, try not to throw the item away.
After a personal injury, you should not have to worry about collecting evidence for your case. Instead, you should rely on an experienced personal injury lawyer to help you build a strong, solid case. Contact a knowledgeable Detroit personal injury attorney from Ravid & Associates, P.C., today for more information.