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Being injured can be a very traumatic experience. It can also be very complicated. You need someone on your side to protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve. After the accident you should keep detailed receipts of all expenses that you have relating to the accident or injury. These receipts may prove valuable in court.
It is also important to keep careful notes related to any injuries that you have received in order to document them for the court.

Here are some tips that may prove valuable:
1.  Talk to no one: Do not talk to anyone about your accident except your lawyer. Do not give any statement to an insurance adjustor or sign anything until you have had time to seek professional advice from an attorney.
2.  Write down the facts: Write down as many of the pertinent facts as possible, including names and phone numbers of witnesses, statements from other witnesses, and anything else that you can remember about the accident or injury.
3.  Your doctor: You should return to your doctor as often as necessary and should always tell them about all of your complaints.
4.  Records of complaints: Keep a daily or weekly record of your complaints and progress. This can be helpful in court.
5.  Wages and earnings lost: Keep an accurate record of all days lost from work because of your injuries.
6.  Medical bills: Obtain and keep duplicate copies of all medical, hospital, and drug bills and any other expenses in connection with your accident or injury.
7.  Car repair: Do not have your automobile or other vehicle repaired until you are sure your attorney has obtained pictures of it.
8.  Witnesses: Immediately gather the correct names, addresses, and telephone numbers of any and all witnesses to your accident or injury. They can be helpful in court.
9.  Value of your case:. The value of your case depends on all the factors surrounding the accident or injury. Factors such as the extent of your injuries, the amount of medical bills you have, the amount of pain you suffered, and the permanence of the injury.
10.  Insurance adjustor settlement: If the insurance adjustor offers you a settlement before you consult an attorney, you should not take it until you have consulted with an attorney. The odds are that you will not be given a fair settlement without legal representation.