Critical evidence could be lost forever, if you do not contact an attorney immediately after your injury accident.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EVIDENCE
Evidence preservation is critical.
Without evidence, it becomes much more difficult to prove your case.
The most critical and important evidence may be in the possession of the person(s) who hurt you. The at-fault party who hurt you could be destroying or altering this evidence within the first 72 hours of the injury accident, in order to make your case difficult to prove. It is in their best interest to hide or destroy any evidence that may make your case against them a successful one.
Contact an attorney immediately to help you to preserve this evidence.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PARTY WHO HURT YOU
Let’s say you’re in the hospital recovering from your injuries. Your family is concerned, and your thoughts are consumed with how to heal up and become whole again. While you are recovering from your injuries, the party who hurt you could be gathering evidence to use against you.
It is not unheard of, for the responsible party to begin interviewing your neighbors, coworkers, friends, and associates to dig up any evidence to incriminate you for the purposes of helping their side of the case. Their objective is to put as much blame for your injuries on YOU.
For example, one of our clients was lying in the hospital in critical condition. The defendant company, knowing she was in the hospital, sent an investigation team to interview her neighbors, to dig up any incriminating evidence about her personal life. Thankfully, one of her neighbors alerted her to this investigation.
WHO DO YOU HAVE ON YOUR TEAM?
It is critical to have an experienced personal injury attorney on your team to protect your rights. After an injury accident, you and your loved ones must contact an attorney as soon as possible. Fill out the form on the right or call us today.