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What Evidence Should I Collect After a Car Accident?

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Any type of car accident, even a seemingly minor one, can lead to thousands of dollars in medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Many injury victims simply cannot afford to pay these expenses out-of-pocket, which is why insurance companies play a role in a majority of cases.

While the good news is that the insurance company should pay for your damages, the bad news is that the claims process is oftentimes an uphill battle. To protect themselves from false injury claims, the insurance company will want extensive evidence to show how the accident occurred and what injuries you incurred as a result.

In order to ensure you have a solid case, here are some pieces of evidence you should start collecting immediately after a car crash:

Infographic: Evidence to Collect After a Car Accident. Photos & Videos. Police Records. Surveillance. Witness Contacts. Medical Records.

At Davidoff Law, our clients always come first. We are here to review your case, conduct a thorough investigation, collect all necessary evidence, and negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company. This way, you have the best chances of receiving fair and maximum compensation.

For dedicated, caring legal counsel fighting for you, our firm has your back. Contact our Queens injury attorneys at (888) 211-1116 to get started with a free case review!

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