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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I've been hurt in an accident and I want to file a claim for my injuries. What's the first thing I should do?

A: There are a number of things you can do in the first few days and weeks after an accident to protect your right to compensation, such as:

1) Write down as much as you can about the accident itself, your injuries and any other losses (such as wages) you've suffered as a result of the accident;

2) Make notes of conversations that you have with people involved in the accident or the injury claim;

3) Preserve evidence of who caused the accident and what damage was done by collecting physical evidence and taking photographs;

4) Locate people who witnessed the accident and who might be able to help you prove your case;

5) Notify anyone you think might be responsible for the accident of your intention to file a claim for your injuries, especially if a government agency or employee may be involved; and

6) Contact a personal injury attorney to evaluate and pursue your claim.