When filing a personal injury claim, getting organized can be a challenge
if you are not well-versed in the process.
Organizing your injury claim requires good record keeping skills. Here
are some easy-to-remember tips to get you started:
1.Files and folders: It is useful to act as your own record-keeping clerk when navigating a
personal injury claim. Start off by buying a file box and folders to place
in it. You can probably find some cost-friendly options at any office
supply store. Make a folder for the key areas of your claim, including
property damage records, all medical bills and medical records, physical
evidence like photographs, any correspondence between you and any other
party, and so on.
Location: Choose a specific place in your home to keep your accident file. Ideally,
it will be somewhere that is free from traffic, waterworks, and fire hazards,
as you do not want your paperwork to be damaged in any way.
3.Don’t delay: Whenever you get any new information regarding your personal injury claim,
file it as soon as possible. Once you start telling yourself, “I
can do that tomorrow,” you might begin to procrastinate on important
tasks regarding your claim, and as a result, could become disorganized.
Final Tip: Get an Attorney
Of course, working like a clerk or office assistant might not be ideal
or even possible after you suffer a serious injury. You should be doing
everything you can to rest and recuperate. What can you do to make certain
your claim is organized and that the insurance company treats you fairly?
Speak to a personal injury lawyer.
At The Womac Law Firm, our New Orleans personal injury attorneys are proud
to be able to say we’ve been helping clients for 35+ years and have
managed to collect
of dollars in settlements, verdicts, and judgments for them. If you need
help managing your claim, contact us for a
free case evaluation.