Follow These Instructions to Keep Us Informed

Your cooperation is important in making certain that your case proceeds smoothly. Keep our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers informed. If you have learned any new information regarding the facts of the accident, the names of witnesses, insurance information, or additional information you feel would be helpful, call us and let us know. Our law firm will act on the information as soon as possible.


Your Automobile Insurance

As soon as possible please provide our office with a copy of your automobile insurance declaration sheet showing what coverage you have. This is very important. If you have any questions about this please call our office immediately.


Do Not Talk

Do not discuss your case with anyone. The reason for this is that what may appear to be an innocent remark on your part may be distorted or changed by others, especially the other party’s insurance company. If anyone calls you regarding the accident, obtain their name and phone number and advise them that your attorney will contact them. As soon as possible, call us and advise us who called. We will call them back immediately.


Do Not Sign

Do not sign any papers. Do not sign any statements, forms, reports or any other documents unless we tell you to do so. If you are ever in doubt, call us first.


Photographs

Photographs are important. Pictures are worth a thousand words. We need photos of the damage to the car you were in and of any visible injuries you received, such as cuts, bruises or lacerations. If you cannot take the photos, call our office and we will arrange to have the photographs taken. Do not hesitate

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