Drivers never plan their day around the possibility that they will be involved in a Southern California car accident. Consequently, most accident victims are unprepared and are left wondering what they should do following a collision.

Document the Accident Details
One of the first things you should do, especially if you have sustained an injury, is to write down everything you can think of concerning the accident. This includes a continuing detailed account of any injuries you have suffered and how they may have affected your daily life.

Think About Your Injuries
You should include daily notes concerning any pains and discomforts you feel are a result of the accident. Don’t forget to include any anxiety, loss of sleep or other problems that are not as obvious. This will help you and your Los Angeles car accident attorney build a strong case.

Keep Writing
Also, keep notes concerning the details of the accident, even if you think of something months down the road. Forming a case and proving who was at fault can be a difficult task. Again, these notes will help you and your attorney win your case.

Lastly, journal all of the information concerning anyone whom you have talked to about the crash. Get as much information about them as possible, including names and phone numbers.

Call a Lawyer
If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident, you should contact our office at 1-800-350-8888 for a free case evaluation.

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Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney Since 1982
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