By: Amy Van Sant
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What Type Of Evidence Will Strengthen My Case?
First, we’re going to make an assumption that you understand that you need the basics. That is the lost wages, the medical records, the medical bills. How do you make the case better? First, you get your client ready to testify, to discuss fully what they had to go through. Next, you get your client’s family member who helped them through this accident to tell their story of what they had to do and how they saw the client suffering. Third, you make sure your doctor is ready, able and willing to come in to testify to tell you what he had to go through or she had to go through to get you well.
If you have a serious injury, you can have what’s called a life care plan, that is where you bring in a professional to talk about what you went through right after the accident, but more particularly, what’s going to happen in the future, whether you’re going to be left with some disability, whether you’re going to have to take medicine for the rest of your life, whether you’re going to have to have additional surgeries. They put that together and put a value to that to enhance your case.
We look at your case in two phases. The first is the liability part. If we can prove that the defendant caused the accident, then we move on to the phase that’s called damages, meaning how much they’re going to have to pay. If we go to court, everything is in order so we can prove your case and we can get you the best verdict possible.
The Gee Law Firm
4719 Nine Mile Rd
Richmond, Virginia 23223