What should I bring to the initial consultation with my attorney in a Florida bicycle accident case?
If you’ve been injured in a Florida bicycle accident case and have decided to retain an attorney, once you’ve made that appointment, it is very important for you to bring everything that you have with you regarding that accident, to meet with the attorney. This means if you have pictures of the accident scene, of the property damage, of the injuries to you from the accident scene, pictures of the other vehicle, those should all be brought. If you have a copy of the police report, bring that. If you have witness information, bring that so that the attorney can contact them immediately.
If you have medical records, scans, or reports, bills, bring all of those. If you’ve receive any correspondence from an insurance company or anyone else regarding your accident, it is also important to bring those as well as policy information for your own insurance and any information you may have about the other person’s insurance company. The more information you bring, the better consult you will be able to have, and the better information the attorney is able to give to you.
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