If you were recently in a car accident that another driver was at fault for, you should definitely consider hiring a Columbia car accident lawyer to assist you with your case. To ensure that your lawyer is able to do as much with your case as possible, however, it is important to provide him or her with as much supporting information and documentation as you can. These are some of the things that you should take when you meet for a consultation with your lawyer.
1. The Police Report
There is a chance that the law enforcement officer who responded to the scene of the accident gave you a copy of your police report. If he or she did not, you should be able to drop by your local precinct to pick up a copy. You may have even received a copy in the mail, so keep an eye on your mailbox.
2. Information About Witnesses
Did anyone witness the accident that you were involved in? If so, you should have asked for their information, such as their phone numbers and full names. If you do have this information, you should give it to your attorney. He or she might need to contact your witnesses to have them make a statement.
3. Information About Injuries
If you were injured during your accident, you should bring any and all information related to your injury to your attorney. This includes things like doctors’ notes, hospital bills, receipts from the pharmacy and more.
Bringing your attorney the right information can help him or her better plan for your case. If you need a car accident attorney in Columbia, contact us today at Harris & Graves, P.A.