Starting an Injury Case

Starting an Injury Case may seem like a complex process, but it does not have to be.  Once you hire Azimi Law, we will handle your claim, and provide you with the guidance and professional advice that you deserve.

Have you been injured and are seeking to start your claim? The most important thing to keep in mind when you are starting a personal injury case is that patience is a virtue. With this being said, personal injury cases are typically a lengthy process and may take a few years to resolve. If the length of time before reaching a settlement has been taken into consideration, then you are ready for the next steps!

Factors to Consider

There are a few things to know when you are ready to start your personal injury case. A recollection of your memory is vital. For us to be able to serve you best, please ensure that you are familiar with the location of your accident, any charges that were laid, and gather contact information of any witnesses that may have been present at the time of the accident.

If there is a report of the accident, it is equally important to have a Motor Vehicle Accident Report available for us to go over, in order to review the party’s information, such as the insurance providers and the charges that are laid upon each individual driving. As your case is regarding personal injury, if you have already begun, treatments with any clinics, it is important to keep track of all treatment facilities you are attending in order for you to provide this information to us. The next step that we will take is gathering all necessary evidence and clinical documents to help build your case and prove you have sustained a Life-altering injury.

At Azimi Law we cannot make things the way that they were prior to a motor vehicle accident, but we are here to take the leading role in helping you and your loved one receive compensation for the unfortunate or unexpected losses that the accident caused.

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