Medical Evidence Preservation

Preserve Medical Evidence Proper analysis and presentation of medical evidence is how attorneys vastly increase an accident victim’s injury payments. We know how to secure admissible trial evidence to show that the accident truly caused your injuries, to show the pain and problems associates with treatment or surgery, how to secure proper medical opinions to show your likely future symptoms and suffering, and how to retain experts necessary to prove and collect the full cost of your medical care needed over the remainder of your life.

Insurance adjusters will cherry-pick your medical records looking only for evidence suggesting that your injuries were conservative, or that the medical problems were not caused by the accident. Insurance adjusters are cost control experts, and they will work hard to minimize your injury settlement. Former insurance adjuster Carl Nagle knows how the other side will approach your case, and we also know how to secure the evidence necessary to prove the full extent of your injuries, lost mobility, and your physical and emotional suffering.

Preserving medical evidence to be used in personal injury litigation is crucial, and it’s important that you consult with a knowledgeable personal injury attorney with significant experience with auto accident cases as soon as possible. Handling accident cases is our only concern, and our personal injury lawyers can act as your representative to the insurance companies and ensure that you are taking the right steps to protect your claim.

With offices in Wilmington, Hickory, Asheville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro and Raleigh, NC, the personal injury lawyers of Nagle & Associates, P.A., are ready to put their experience handling auto accident claims to work for you. Car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle accidents are all we do, allowing us to focus our practice on providing top-notch representation for victims of roadway collisions. We offer flexible appointment scheduling options, no up-front costs, a reduced legal fee of 25%, and free initial consultations, so it will cost you nothing to speak to a personal injury attorney about your auto accident case right away.

Preserving Medical Evidence Following An Accident

X-rays, CAT scans, and other imaging can help demonstrate to the insurance companies and the courts the extent of your injuries, along with testimony from healthcare professionals. It’s not uncommon for these records to be misplaced or damaged, and it also takes great care to ensure that the records provided by your doctors’ offices include all radiography, all nurses notes, and all physicians’ records. Please don’t trust the at-fault driver’s insurance adjuster to help build your case. We know exactly what to look for when we seek to prove your side of the story. A skilled personal injury lawyer knows that even seemingly unimportant bits of evidence can make or break a case, and will work tirelessly to build a compelling argument for generous compensation.

Because auto accidents frequently lead to long-term or permanent disability, you must also stand ready to prove what might occur in your future. Because we deal only with serious injury cases arising from vehicle collisions, we know how to locate and retain medical experts, vocational rehab experts, and all other forensic experts necessary to show the life-long cost of your injuries. Insurance companies will not help you with this step, and proper evidence documenting future medical needs and problems can generate huge increases in settlement offers or trial verdicts.

Help for injured North Carolina residents

As a former insurance claims adjuster and former insurance defense lawyer, North Carolina personal injury attorney Carl Nagle of Nagle & Associates, P.A., brings a unique set of skills and experience to your family’s accident case. He uses his extensive knowledge of the personal injury litigation process to provide comprehensive legal counsel to each of his clients.

Contact Carl Nagle Today at (800) 411-1583 for a Free Consultation

You have nothing to lose by having your auto accident case reviewed by one of North Carolina’s most esteemed personal injury lawyers. To schedule your no-cost case review and to discover your best plan of action, contact us today at (800) 411-1583.

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