After a car accident, it’s only natural to feel the shock of the
situation. It’s easy to forget what you should do and even easier
to miss out on some important pieces of evidence needed to properly pursue
a car accident claim.
One of the most important things that you can do, however, is fully recognize
what your rights are and what evidence can help you in your pursuit of
compensation. Here are a few of the most important things you should have
after a crash.
Negligent Driver’s Insurance Information
Exchanging the insurance coverage information can help you when filing
a claim. Your insurance company can work with the responsible party’s
insurance company to hammer out the details of the crash, determine negligence,
and move forward with the claim. You can also provide this information
to your legal team to pursue legal action if necessary.
Photos of the Accident
Take photos of the accident scene such as road dangers or tire marks from
braking too hard. This can aid in showing how the accident occurred. You
may also want to take pictures of the damage done to your vehicle, as
well as the other party’s, which could give an idea of which angles
the accident may have happened.
Taking pictures of your visible injuries—including bruises, cuts,
sores, broken bones, or other issues—can show that the injuries
you sustained were a direct result of the accident. This is one factor
of proving liability and pursuing compensation.
Medical Records Can Be Helpful
You want to see a doctor after an accident to begin treating any injuries
you sustain. However, you also want to get medical records to help show
your injuries were a direct result of the accident in which you were involved.
At DiPasquale Moore, we recognize how serious it can be to be involved
in a car accident. Injured individuals need to recognize what rights they
have to pursue legal action against the negligent party and seek the compensation
car accident lawyers represent injured parties in both Kansas City and Topeka. Trust
that we have the knowledge, experience, and skill to help you throughout
the entire process. You can count on our team to aid you when you need
it the most.
Call our firm today at (816) 888-7500 to discuss your potential case.