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Things To Be Remembered When Consulting A Personal Injury Attorney
In personal injury cases, as in a lot of other types of legal litigation cases, the testimonies and factual evidence provided and substantiated by one party are weighted and contrasted against those of the opposing party. Hence, it is most helpful to the success of your case if you have a clear and comprehensive recollection of what happened at the time you encountered a personal injury. Remember, a personal injury attorney can only help you remember by asking questions pertaining to your experience. A personal injury attorney does not remember for you.
When consulting with a personal injury attorney, do the following:
• Remember what specific peculiarities attended the happenstance. And narrate these details without any reservation.
What exactly happened? How did it happen? Answers to these questions reveal on whom the responsibility for the accident lies
When did it happen? Where did it happen? Answers to these questions may serve to mitigate or aggravate liability
• Provide as much physical evidence to your averments as feasible.
• Respond accordingly to what the personal injury attorney asks.
• Produce as many witnesses as possible who can bolster your contentions. The more people who can attest to the truthfulness of your allegations, and the more credible these people are, the better are the chances of getting a favorable decision.
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Patricia is a 22-year old freshman student of law. Her desire to study law is greatly attributable to the fact that a good number of her family members are engaged in the legal profession. She graduated in 2005 with a degree in Political Science. Her work experiences include helping aspiring law students to prepare for law entrance exams, writing academic essays, and being a legal assistant to attorneys specializing in Family Law, Corporate Law, and Criminal Law. She takes interest in understanding international politics, particularly Middle Eastern politics, learning about the ways and means of the so-called Mafiosi, familiarizing herself with good business practices, and mastering the principles and concepts in Criminal Law. Her choice of sport is Muay Thai and her favorite comic strip is Dilbert. Patricia was also the only female commissioned cadet officer in her college days.