Why Every Detail Matters: Reporting Injuries After an Accident

8m | Nov 21, 2023

How do you ensure you receive the compensation you rightfully deserve after an accident? When it comes to the aftermath of an accident, every detail matters. From that nagging pain in your back to the smallest scrape on your knee, reporting and documenting every injury and symptom isn't just a responsible choice – it's your key to unlocking the compensation you deserve. Discover why meticulous record keeping of your medical treatments and symptoms can make all the difference in your personal injury claim.

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00:00 Significance of documenting all of your injuries and symptoms after an accident or personal injury

00:35 Establish the connection between your accident and ALL of your injuries and symptoms

01:53 How to protect yourself against denial of claims by the insurance company

03:10 Why it's important to provide a clear record of injuries with your treating doctors and healthcare professionals

03:45 Document and report all symptoms and injuries no matter how minor you think they are

04:46 Address any cognitive, emotional or psychological trauma caused by the accident

05:43] How do pre-existing injuries affect injury claims?

06:49 Family members and friends who observe changes in you after an accident

08:05 Have Questions? Contact Us Today!


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In today’s video, Andrew will discuss the significance of reporting all of your injuries and symptoms if you’ve been injured in an accident. It’s not just about noting your injuries; it’s about connecting them to the accident and ensuring your medical history and treatment is accurate and supports your claim.

Insurance companies are always seeking ways to deny claims. Complete medical records are crucial when pursuing an insurance claim. Insurers may request these records to assess the validity of your injuries and determine the extent of coverage. Inaccurate or incomplete information could lead to claim denials or reduced compensation. Furthermore, if your doctors are called to testify in a legal case, they must provide accurate and comprehensive information. Failing to document or acknowledge injuries could undermine their credibility during cross-examination and weaken your case.

Documenting all of your injuries and symptoms after an accident is essential to protect your rights and maximize your chances of a successful personal injury claim. Empower yourself with knowledge that can make all the difference in your recovery and financial well being. If you have questions or need assistance, reach out for a free consultation.


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