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Help your Kansas City Personal Injury Attorney Help You

Before meeting with your Kansas City personal injury attorney, collecting evidence and documents on your end will help build your lawsuit and strengthen your case. Some of these items below are more applicable than others when pertaining to your personal injury lawsuit, but they will all help your personal injury attorney determine where your potential lawsuit stands. If you are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit against an individual or an entity, take time to collect the documents and evidence below to help strengthen your personal injury claim.

Please note, the documents listed below are a general collection of commonly cited and used items that may or may not hold weight in your case. They will simply help inform your personal injury attorney of the surrounding circumstances of your unique circumstance and situation. Your personal injury attorney will advise you on critical documents and evidence needed for your case. Please use this list as a general guideline for what to collect and share with your personal injury attorney.

    • Witnesses & Information
    • Name, address, date, and time of the emergency room to which you were initially taken
    • Names, addresses, dates, and times of hospital visits you’ve made before and after the accident
    • Names, phone numbers, and business addresses of doctors and physicians who have examined you before and after the accident
    • Names, phone numbers, and business addresses of chiropractors you have consulted
    • Names and contact information of all people who were involved or witnessed the accident
    • Dates you have missed work because of the accident
    • Contact information of each insurance claim adjustor you’ve spoken with
    • Contact information of people you have spoken with about your injuries since your accident
    • Photographs of the accident

  • Documents & Forms
  • Accident report
  • Any written statements from the incident
  • Your auto insurance policy if the accident was vehicle-related
  • Your medical or disability insurance policy
  • All correspondence received from any insurer about your accident and injuries
  • Medical bills
  • Receipts for anything you’ve purchased because of your injury