How can I document my injuries?

The best way to preserve evidence of your injuries is to promptly report them to a doctor and photograph or videotape any visible marks, swelling, cuts, or bruises, including splints or bandages.

Without an early medical record and photos documenting your injuries, insurance companies can argue that you were not injured.

The visible injuries heal, and they will not look as serious later.

The insurance company may also argue that your injuries were superficial and may not properly compensate you for your pain and suffering.

For more information about seeking compensation, please contact our personal injury attorneys at the Elk Grove-based O'Brien & Zehnder Law Firm by phone or send us an email. Someone from our office will be in touch with you shortly.

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