One of the most crucial parts of a compensation claim is gathering evidence and testimony to support a claimant’s arguments. While testimony from the right experts can be difficult to find, trying to gather evidence without a legal professional’s help can prove truly bewildering for a claimant. An attorney can help by sorting through available evidence, locating records or documents otherwise difficult to find, and combining these elements in a single, powerful argument to help their client.
If you’re considering moving forward with a legal claim but are unsure whether an attorney is really necessary, we may be able to help better explain how our services can improve your claim. For a free consultation with an experienced advisor regarding your claim specifics, contact the Arkansas personal injury lawyers of the Cottrell Law Office, today at 800-364-8305.
Finding the Evidence in a Personal Injury Claim
Evidence can be used to directly support a claimant’s arguments or be critical in verifying the analysis made in an expert’s testimony. An attorney may be able to help their client by finding and presenting the following types of evidence:
- Important records, documents, and memos
- Medical records and test results
- Recorded information about a vehicle at the time of an incident
- Employee logs and other important hours of service information
- Information regarding product recalls or product safety
- Police statements and records from the incident
These pieces of evidence may drastically strengthen a client’s claim, giving them a much better opportunity at winning compensation than had the client worked alone.
If you or someone you love has sustained an injury because of someone else’s negligence, compensation may be available through legal action. To learn more about how we may be able to help you better prepare for a lawsuit, contact an Arkansas personal injury attorney of the Cottrell Law Office, by calling 800-364-8305 today.