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Wyoming Personal Injury Claims 101

By stladmin on March 15, 2022

Wyoming has approximately 576,800 residents. Though this population may be much smaller compared to other states, a significant number of accidents happen yearly. As a result, personal injury claims in Wyoming can get expensive, and an experienced attorney can help you pay your medical bills and earn you compensation for your damages. Our professional team at Steven Titus & Associates P.C. can be contacted at (307) 257-7800. We will fight firmly for a payout you can be satisfied with.

Do You Have a Case?

After an accident, you must contact a lawyer immediately as there can be missed details of your case or time-sensitive evidence. When an accident occurs due to the negligence of another, financial compensation is available. Discuss the details of your case with an accomplished attorney to gather the evidence you need in court.

Paperwork and Documentation

Your lawyer will let you know what paperwork you need to bring to court. Typically, your personal injury documentation should include:

Medical Bills. Collect all of your medical bills associated with the accident. Remember to keep multiple copies of your bills as you may need to send them to a few establishments. Depending on the type of accident, your medical bills may be covered by your PIP auto insurance or health insurance.

Estimates. If your personal injury requires future medical treatment, you can present this evidence in court. In addition, compensation for future lost income and other general damages can also be claimed in court.

Receipts of Payments. Keep the receipts to all the purchases you’ve made toward your injuries. This can include prescribed medications, co-payments, and assistive devices such as a wheelchair.

Best Practices During Proceedings

Your behavior in and out of court can affect your case. Listed below are a few tips on courtroom etiquette.

  • Arriving early
  • Staying off social media
  • Being honest with your lawyer
  • Keeping organized paperwork
  • Dressing professionally
  • Speaking only when directed by the court

Collecting Evidence

Always talk to your lawyer to learn exactly what information you need to present in court. In most cases, people can only speak about their firsthand experiences. All parties may be examined and cross-examined by lawyers. Testimony presented in court must be true and relevant to the case.

Calculating Your Personal Injury Settlement

After an accident, calculating your personal injury settlement can be a bit confusing. Speak with your lawyer to learn more about what you may be owed. You may earn compensation for some of your damages, but not all.  Some factors considered when calculating these settlements include:

  • Medical expenses
  • Property damage
  • Lost earnings
  • Future lost income
  • Estimated future expenses
  • Multiplier for general damages

Contact a Lawyer Immediately

When an accident occurs, it can be very confusing and stressful for everyone involved. Sometimes the details of your accident can be overlooked. A qualified lawyer can help you organize your paperwork and build a stronger case in court. Reach out to Steven Titus & Associates, P.C. at (307) 257-7800 for a consultation.

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