One of the things that many people wonder when they are thinking about filing a personal injury case is, “How much documentation should I have?” The answer to that is, “As much as possible.” However, what happens when you do not have all of your documentation or when you believe evidence may have been destroyed?
Barber and Associates, LLC, a personal injury law firm in Anchorage, addresses the issue of documentation and how to protect and preserve evidence in your personal injury case.
In a personal injury case, it is desirable but not always possible to have documents, photographs and other information that support the plaintiff’s claim for damages. The most common types of evidence in a personal injury case include:
Barber and Associates, LLC, attorneys in Anchorage, know how difficult it can be to collect documentation and evidence. Contact them today for more tips on how to preserve the evidence from your crash or accident so that you can recover compensation for your injuries.
Barber & Associates, LLC has recovered more than 45 Million Dollars in verdicts and settlements for Injured Alaskans.
Auto accidents can happen to anyone at any time, regardless of how defensive someone may be behind the wheel. If you or someone you love has been harmed in such an incident, you have legal rights and options that need to be explored.