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Types of Medical Documentation You Need for a Successful Personal Injury Claim

If you have sustained injuries due to someone else’s negligence, you are responsible for presenting evidence that proves the liable party’s actions directly caused your damages. Medical documents are essential for this aspect of your claim, as they prove the existence and severity of your injuries. Our experienced lawyers at the Law Offices of Scott Sobol can help you gather and analyze this evidence to build a solid claim.

With 20 years of experience and extensive knowledge of state laws and innovative legal solutions, you can trust our Florida lawyers to effectively fight for you and achieve the compensation you deserve. Our reliable team takes a compassionate approach to get to the heart of your claim and represent you in the best way possible. We strive to hold negligent parties accountable, so we can help you obtain the evidence you need to seek justice.

4 Medical Documents You Need for a Successful Florida Personal Injury Claim

Medical documentation is crucial for proving fault in personal injury claims. It demonstrates you had no pre-existing version of your injuries before your accident, and they often provide insight into the direct cause of your injuries. They also help calculate your claim’s worth. Necessary medical documentation that can significantly benefit your case include the following:

Medical Records

After your accident, you should seek immediate medical attention, so information about your injuries shows up in your medical records. These records provide a complete picture of your health history and often include notes about your diagnosis and treatment. You can request X-rays and other diagnostic imaging to further strengthen your claim.

Medical Bills

A line-by-line breakdown of your medical bills allows us to calculate the compensation you deserve. With this documentation, you may recover damages for the following costs:

  • Surgery
  • Ambulance fees
  • Prescribed medications
  • Rehabilitation
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Medical supplies

We can help you request and review your itemized bill and accurately determine how much you can recover in damages. 

Injury Journal

Another way to keep track of your injuries and how they have impacted your life is with a personal journal. In your writing, you can take note of the following experiences:

  • How you feel
  • What treatment you are going through
  • What symptoms you experience daily
  • Appointments you attend each day

Doing this can help calculate non-economic damages, like pain, suffering, and emotional distress, which deserve recognition. Your journal solidifies these charges and proves the at-fault party caused these damages.

Photos of Your Injuries

After the accident, you can protect your rights by taking photos of the scene and your injuries. This captures the incident’s aftermath undisturbed and proves you suffered injuries after the accident. You can also take pictures of your healing process to further demonstrate your injuries’ existence and that you actively attend treatment. Ultimately, the more documentation of your injuries you have, the better, as it increases the likelihood of a successful outcome. 

Contact a Trustworthy Florida Personal Injury Lawyer at the Law Offices of Scott Sobol

When filing a personal injury claim, having as much evidence as possible helps establish your case and better your chances of receiving the compensation you deserve. This can be difficult to do on your own, so our devoted lawyers at the Law Offices of Scott Sobol are here to help you build a solid claim and hold the at-fault party accountable. With our 20 years of experience and top-tier legal services, you can prioritize your recovery while we handle every aspect of your claim. 

We pride ourselves on being an accessible and collaborative team that communicates clearly. Our Florida lawyers have worked on various personal injury cases, so we have the skills and resources to take on any challenge. Regardless of your circumstances, we may help you gather the medical documentation you need to achieve a fair settlement. Give us a call at (954) 440-2000 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation.

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