If you are injured in a car accident, you may find yourself dealing with medical appointments, undergoing tests and other treatment procedures for your injuries. This can be worrisome for
anyone, especially if you don’t know what to expect or how to prepare for your appointments. If you will be making a claim for your injuries against another person or their insurance company, you may wonder how your medical treatment will be referenced in the future in making such a claim.
In this guide, we will identify some common questions you should ask your doctor, questions you should be prepared to answer during your case, and the medical documentation and other information you may need to provide as part of your case.
If you will be seeking compensation for your injuries after an automobile or other accident, your medical treatment and your treatment records may play a role in the success of your personal injury case. You may want to ask your doctor the following questions:
As with the questions you may ask your doctor or other medical providers, you should also be prepared to answer certain questions as your personal injury case progresses.
While these questions may seem invasive, they will be critical in settlement negotiations or, if needed, the trial of your case. Of course, you should always be truthful and complete with your responses.
If you seek compensation for your injuries, the law firm that represents you will need to provide medical documentation to support your claim. Some of those records include the following:
The aftermath of a vehicle or other accident may be overwhelming and stressful. The good news is that you don’t need to go through this process alone. When you choose to work with an experienced personal injury attorney, you can be confident that you have a trusted resource in your corner helping you through your case.
Choose the personal injury lawyers that Wisconsin residents trust. Choose Schott, Bublitz & Engel S.C. To learn more about how we help clients and to schedule a consultation, call us at 262.827.1700 today, or contact us online.