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What to do if you or a loved one is Injured

Complex laws govern the operation and maintenance of taxis, busses, limousines, trucks, boats, ferries, cruise ships, trains, airplanes, and helicopters involved in passenger transport, commerce or other activities. These laws and regulations are often specific and encompass numerous subject areas and are often designed to protect against negligence on the part of the vehicle manufacturer, maintenance staff, driver, pilot, captain, or contracting companies. A thorough understanding of the finer details of these laws is essential to properly handle cases involving significant accidents or injuries. These misfortunes are extremely costly to both the involved companies and their insurers. Generally, large companies will work quickly and coldly to resolve everything as quickly as possible, before those affected can take action to protect themselves and the rights afforded them under the law. Even at the scene of the accident, they may try to set in motion actions that will minimize payment to victims and their families. Therefore, getting aggressive and skillful legal representation is among the first things that must be done.

Victims and their families need experienced attorneys to represent them, who are familiar with the unique and often technical nature of these classes of accidents, injuries, and their repercussions. Each accident or injury has its own complex set of circumstances for specialized attorneys to contend with, but the key to handling common types of cases is to focus on the cause of the accident, the mechanics involved, the nature of the injuries, as well as pertinent issues affecting the actions and choices of the manufacturer, maintenance staff, driver and crew, and operating company.

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What to do if you or a loved one is Injured:

Gather and document any material or other evidence and obtain the names and contact information of any witnesses and that of involved parties. This information may be crucial both for establishing the liability of the negligent parties as well as for proving the nature, extent and causation of injuries. Injury claims in which this critical evidence has been preserved are almost invariably easier to settle at full value. If the claim requires litigation, this evidence becomes even more critical to a successful outcome.

When a qualified attorney takes on a personal injury claim, the attorney will promptly begin to collect all the evidence that may be relevant to the claim. The earlier this is done, the better off the case will be. If the injured person has already begun to put this information together, this will quite helpful.

Since the nature of many pieces of evidence may not be obvious to the non-attorney and many victims may be shaken by the experience, we suggest using the following checklists to help you protect yourself from having crucial evidence lost or destroyed. Since every case is unique, these lists can't include every type of evidence possible. Rather, these are intended to describe the most common pieces of evidence needed for successful resolution of a personal injury claim. Collecting as much of this evidence as early on as you can will give both you and your attorney a significant advantage in resolving your claim promptly and at maximum value.