I Was Injured In An Accident – What Documents Will My Lawyer Need to Review?
April 21, 2011 / Category: Frequently Asked Questions
As a general rule bring any and all documents that remotely relate or are connected to the accident. The following is a list of some of the essential documents that must be brought at the initial meeting with the lawyer:
- A detailed resume.
- If you were involved in a car accident, if and when you hear about a Court date for the Highway Traffic Act charges against the other driver, please advise us of the date, time, place and courtroom number.
- Action photographs of you as well as photographs of you with family members before the accident.
- Copies of any awards or certificates, which you received through the years for outstanding achievements, ex., Terry Fox walk-a-thons, photographs of trophies, etc.
- Tax returns and financial statements going back as many years as possible.
- Photo identification, including driver’s license and birth certificate.
- The names and addresses of all family doctors you have had going as far back as you can remember.
- Your health card number.
- A list of all unrelated accidents and/or medical problems, with a brief summary of each.
- Names, addresses, phone numbers of your friends, relatives and co-workers, who will be willing to provide a statement about your pre-accident functional status, and the impact of the injuries in your personal life or in your employment/business.
- If you were involved in a car accident, bring the police report. If you were involved in a slip and fall bring a copy the incident report.
- Bring all your medical documents that you presently have in your possession.
- If you were involved in a car accident, bring your accident benefits file in your possession.
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