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Saving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

When you have been harmed due to someone else's actions, the first step you are likely to take is getting the important medical attention you need. These next few days will prove to be the most important when it comes to preserving the evidence you need to hold them responsible and develop an important case to get you the compensation you deserve during this time. The Bakersfield personal injury attorney at the Law Offices of Craig A. Edmonston can help you recover evidence and prepare a case against those that have caused your injury.

Once you have received medical attention, it will be in your best interests to:

  1. Return to the scene of the accident to discover evidence and take photos of the scene. You may discover details and conditions that contributed to the accident that you were unaware when the event occurred.
  2. Take good photographs at a variety of different angles. This can help develop a comprehensive picture of the accident, your view when things occurred, signs, lighting, and more that can show a judge and jury what you were dealing with during this time.
  3. Protect physical evidence. Known as anything solid that you can see and touch, showing the damage to the car, for example, is more valuable than describing it.
  4. Find witnesses. The testimony of people that witnessed the accident can be extremely beneficial to your case and even bring forth information that you were not even aware of. Finding witnesses as soon as possible can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.
  5. Document injuries. Reporting injuries to a medical professional, photographing injuries, and keeping track of any experienced pain or discomfort can be instrumental in proving the connection between the accident that occurred and the injuries you obtained.

Personal Injury Lawyer Helps You Recover Damages

One of the most important things in any personal injury claim is proving that the accident was the fault of the other negligent party, that you suffered measureable injuries, and that these injuries were the result of the accident with the other person. Taking necessary precautions to fully establish with the court that you are not liable for what happened to you can help ensure that you are properly protected.

When you work with the Law Offices of Craig A. Edmonston, you can be sure that you have over 25 years of personal injury experience behind you. Winning multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for those that have retained our services proves that we stop at nothing to recover the compensation you need and deserve during this difficult time. Contact our firm and schedule a free consultation to learn what we can do for you.

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