Seriously Injured After Your Phoenix Accident? What You Should Always Do Next

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Every day in Phoenix, people are injured in car accidents, slip and fall situations in stores and parking lots, or even from dog bites or defective products. Unfortunately, most victims have no idea what to do next. Whether failing to get their injuries immediately documented or saying things to police or insurance companies that allow others to blame them for the accident, these and other factors play a significant role in whether or not victims can gain much-needed compensation for their injuries.

If you were injured in an accident, always take these next steps immediately.

Get Medical Treatment For your Accident

If you delay seeking medical treatment for the injuries you sustained in an accident, you put your personal injury case in great jeopardy. By not getting immediate treatment and having your injuries noted in your medical records, an insurance company can claim you were not seriously injured or may in fact be faking your injuries.

Watch What You Say, Contact an Accident Lawyer First

When at an accident scene such as a car crash or when you are on the phone to insurance companies, be very careful what you say to others in these situations. From a simple “I’m sorry” said to police to an off-the-cuff remark on the phone to an insurance company representative, it takes only a few wrong words to let others claim you admitted fault for your accident. Therefore, prior to speaking to an accident lawyer or attorney in Phoenix, AZ, always make sure you say as little as possible about the accident.

Gather Your Evidence for your Accident Attorney

No matter what type of accident you sustained, always try to gather together as much evidence as possible immediately. This can include taking photos of your auto accident scene, making sure you don’t throw away a defective product or any paperwork or warning labels associated with it, and getting information about a dog and its owner should you suffer a serious dog bite. Whatever the case may be, having as much evidence as possible will bolster your chances of winning your case.

Should you need assistance in such matters, never hesitate to schedule a consultation with us here at Gary Phillips Accident Law.

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