Personal Injury Claims and Lawsuits

October 12, 2020 in Personal Injury Articles | MARTIN WREN, P.C. | LEAVE A COMMENT

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You have to be more cautious with the things you do if you have filed for a claim about your personal injury. Whenever you feel as if you should be paid for any type of claim that you have filed for, you should always choose to be more cautious with the things that you do before you mess up your chances of being compensated for the injuries that you have sustained. 

  1.   Insurance will try their best to keep you from making any type of money at all because of your personal injury. And because they do not want to pay you a dime, they will watch everything that you do to find any part in your claim that doesn’t seem to make any sense. For instance, if you were to inform any police officer or anyone that has anything to do with your case that you aren’t able to do things that same way that you used to before you sustained an injury, and there is evidence sick as photos or videos that indicate that you have been doing things that you were complaining about normally, then your case would be less in your favor. 
  2.   Just as if it were a real life criminal case, then it would not be the best option for you to tell anyone any type of information about it other than your personal injury attorney or anyone that your personal injury attorney gives you the permission to speak to. Especially don’t speak to the person if they work for the opposing counsel. Make sure that before you speak to anybody, ask your personal injury attorney first.
  3.   Another big mistake is by posting any information on a social media outlet such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Any video or picture that doesn’t have anything to do with the case can still be used against you in trial.

What you do following a personal injury case can ultimately make or break your case. Be sure to be careful with the decisions you make when you pursue a claim. Some things can be done unknowingly. Should you or someone you know be involved in a personal injury case, be sure to speak with a skilled personal injury attorney in Atlanta, GA, like from The Law Offices of Andrew R. Lynch, P.C., to discuss the dos’ and don’ts for a personal injury case while it is open. Any questions you have, refer to an attorney. 

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