If you or someone you know was injured in an auto accident in California,
you will need to understand the insurance coverage of both the other driver
and your own.
You will want to share with your counsel the basic facts concerning the
automobile accident including:
(1) The date, time, and location of the collision;
(2) How many vehicles and people were involved;
(3) The approximate extent of known personal injury and property damage;
(4) The client's liability and potential exposure;
(5) The declarations page of the client's own insurance coverage limits
including any UM/UIM policy;
(6) The insurance situation of all other responsible parties;
(7) Any contact with insurance adjustors or lawyers, and correspondence,
claims, or lawsuits to date;
(8) Any collision reports.
All of the documents listed above should be considered by a
California Personal Injury Lawyer In determining how to proceed with your claim against a negligent driver
or the owner of the other vehicle which caused the collision.
Contact us today and we can assist you in obtaining all of these records and determining
the best strategy for obtaining your full amount of monetary damages from
the party at fault.