|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 07:37 PM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When you suffer injuries due to the negligence of an organization or individual, it can lead to physical, emotional and psychological pain. Thus, it's troubling to think that, due to misconceptions about their chances of receiving compensation, some victims of negligence fail to ever seek justice by contacting an expert personal injury lawyer. That's why Cameron Y. Brock at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. would like to share these 5 essential tips for getting the best results from your personal injury case:
Seek Immediate Medical Treatment – When arguing the case, your attorney will benefit from as much evidence of legitimate injuries as possible – and evidence like X-rays and signed statements by medical specialists can be particularly persuasive. Remember, even if you believe you'll be able to heal on your own, you'll always want a medical professional's opinion, since it can sometimes take days or even weeks to feel the effects of an injury.
Don't Assume Preexisting Conditions Mean you Won't Succeed – Too often, victims of negligence fail to pursue justice because they assume that a preexisting medical condition will preclude them for winning their case. However, experienced attorneys like Mr. Brock can often achieve a just outcome even if a client has suffered from medical ailments prior to an accident. It's important to honestly share precisely what maladies you suffered from prior to the accident with an attorney such as Mr. Brock. An outstanding legal team will likely be able to build a very strong case based on the information provided.
Manage Your Social Media – These days, social media is an undeniable fact of life and, while it has a number of undeniable benefits, social media can also be a serious liability that can be used against you by insurance companies and other organizations. The attorneys for these organizations might refer to your photos or updates to make it seem like you are in better health than you truly are. It's wise to set your Facebook, Twitter and other social media to private after an incident occurs, or even avoid social media updates altogether. However, it is also helpful to…
Document your Injuries and the Healing Process – Take photos, write and date journal entries, and generally document every aspect of your healing process. This will help your lawyer to prove the severity of your injuries.
Trust your Attorney – Competent legal representation is a must. Cameron Y. Brock and his team have earned an undeniably impressive 95% retention rate while earning $100 million in awards and settlements for their clients. Further still, they have overseen more than 5,000 cases, so you can trust that they know how to garner the best possible results, so don't hesitate to share every detail of your case with your legal counsel. The more they know, the stronger a case they'll be able to build on your behalf.
If you or a loved one has suffered physically, mentally or emotionally due to the negligence of another, don't hesitate to contact Mr. Brock and his team at the Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc. at 888-509-2998 or on the web at www.legaldefenders.com. Free initial consultations are available.
PR submitted by Cyberset.com
SOURCE The Law Offices of Burg & Brock, Inc.
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