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Quick Guide: 5 Steps To Ensuring Your Expenses Are Accounted For In A Personal Injury Case


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After Being Injured In An Accident

at the fault of someone else, the expenses and complex issues can be overwhelming.  Keeping track of expenses is important both for reimbursement and for evaluation of the case as a whole. 
This quick guide will assist you in keeping track of your expenses and damages.  
The outcome and amount of compensation of your case heavily relies on the accurate and thorough recording of expenses. 
These steps will be used in your case to analyze your damage amounts and estimate what your case is worth.

Author: Patrick J. Schott, Shareholder

Mr. Schott is a founding shareholder of Schott, Bublitz & Engel, s.c. His practice is exclusively devoted to complex litigation.  Patrick represents individuals and organizations in personal injury cases.  He has substantial trial experience and has litigated cases throughout the State of Wisconsin in both state and federal courts.