Sep 7, 2017

written by Mario D'Adamo

Over 10 years court experience. Experienced Lawyer with a demonstrated history of working in the legal services industry. Skilled in Legal Assistance, Criminal Law, Personal Injury Litigation, Arbitration, and Westlaw. Strong business development professional with a Juris Doctor focused in Law from Widener University School of Law.

Take Notes After an Accident or Injury
Writing down the details after an accident is more accurate than relying on your memory.
Personal Injury Accidents: Preserve Evidence
The first few days immediately following an accident are often the most important for finding and preserving evidence of what happened — and documenting your injuries.
Getting Your Medical Records: Information on Rights, Procedures, and Denials
You may need to get copies of your medical records for a number of reasons. If you’re involved in a personal injury lawsuit, medical records may be a key element in the case.
Personal Injury Claims: Notifying Responsible Parties
If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s important to notify anyone who may be responsible for the accident.

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