In a nutshell, you should bring any and all written documentation relating to your claim. Do not worry that some items may seem too trivial – we can tell you if a given document is useful or not.
Here are examples of documents that you should bring if they are available:
– Police report relating to the incident
– Hospital report, if you needed to visit one for treatment
– Reports of any medical personnel you needed to visit outside of the hospital. This not only includes doctors (general and specialists), but also nurses, rehabilitation counselors, and any other professional judging your injury status.
– Any medical or repair bills relating to the incident
– Statements from any eyewitnesses to the incident
– Insurance company contact information for all parties involved in the incident
– Photographs or diagrams of the accident scene
– Your statement describing the incident
Don’t worry about bringing too much – just worry about being thorough.
We look forward to meeting you and reviewing all of your documents.