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After an accident, there are lots of things that you can do help your case.

For example, if you have been in a car accident, your claim can be supported by evidence such as photos and eyewitness accounts from the time of the accident.

If you received medical attention at the time of the accident your medical records can prove useful as evidence to support your claim.

So, what are the best things you can do to help your case?

Keep all records

Stay organised and keep a record and of any police reports, medical records or contact information of anyone involved. The court or your personal injury lawyer will most likely request these documents during your case.

Keep details of your claim private

Be wary when using social media and talking to your friends about regarding your personal injury claim. You do not want to release too much information that could be taken out of context as this could then be used against you in court.

Be patient

Accident compensation claims can take a long time to get resolved. Listening to the advice and direction of your lawyer can help speed up the process. If you are ever unsure or do not understand something, just ask. Our national panel of lawyers is here to assist you out whenever you need help.

Be yourself

Defending parties have been known to hire private investigators to watch, take pictures and record videos. It’s not rare that insurance companies spy on claimants. For this reason, it’s important to be yourself and do not get caught doing silly things that may affect your claim.

If you haven’t already started your claim and would like some help or more information about starting one, we can help.

We handle all claims on a strictly No Win, No Charge basis and specialise in all accident types and injury types.