What is Required for a Personal Injury Claim?
Not just anyone can file a claim for personal injury. In order to recover compensation for injuries that you sustained in an accident, you must first provide proof of physical injury and of liability. Without these two things, it is very unlikely that you will be able to recover any compensation.
You cannot file a claim for personal injury if you were responsible for your accident and/or injury, even in part. You will need to prove that one or more other parties were responsible for your accident.
Injury & Damages
You will also need to prove that your injuries and other damages were directly caused by the accident. If your injuries were the result of something unrelated to your accident, or if you cannot prove that they were caused by your accident, then you cannot recover compensation for them through a personal injury claim. Excellent evidence can include photos of your accident, injuries, and damages; witness statements; police reports; and doctors' notes.
Johnson & Associates, PC is Alaska's premier personal injury law firm. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients and have built a strong reputation for personal attention and legal excellence. We represent clients anywhere in the state, even in rural Alaska, and we are willing to come to you no matter where you are! You have nothing to lose by calling us today at (907) 277-3090. We offer a free case evaluation so that you can speak with us and learn what we could do to handle your personal injury case. Contact us as soon as possible if you have been injured and need to file a personal injury claim!