The nature of your accident and the injuries you sustained will determine the types of evidence necessary for your case. For instance, if you were injured in a car accident, but the insurance company is trying to put the blame on you, having certain types of evidence handy can make a difference. 

Evidence can help establish the other driver’s fault, including: 

  • a copy of the police report;
  • statements from witnesses; and
  • photographs. 

Or, if you were injured while undergoing surgery, medical records could be used as evidence. Let’s say a surgeon left a surgical sponge inside of you; x-rays could be entered as evidence.  

No matter what type of case you pursue, you will need to have ample evidence showing that someone else is negligent. An attorney can help gather this kind of information. 

Jason R. Schultz
Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.