What You Absolutely Must Tell Your Injury Attorney

The process of filing a lawsuit can be daunting and scary, and downright embarrassing in some cases. Many individuals balk at the thought of opening up to their personal injury attorneys because they are afraid of being judged or divulging sensitive information about themselves and their personal lives. Filing a personal injury claim will mean that some of the information you have been keeping close to your heart may be revealed by the insurance company or the defendant’s attorneys, so the best thing to do would be to beat the other party to the punch and do the damage control early enough so you don’t have to look like a fraud or someone that is not credible should the case get in front of a Judge. If you were injured by a negligent party, there is no reason why you shouldn’t file a legal claim in order to recover money damages, and we’re here to help you with that.

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Here are some things you absolutely need to tell your personal injury attorney:

  1. Your Criminal History, If Any

The last thing you want is for the insurance company to use your criminal rap sheet to show the fact that you are untrustworthy or not a citizen of good standing. The other party will do everything in their power to discredit you and cast aspersions on your character, so by letting your attorney know beforehand, this embarrassing piece of information can be turned into a positive such as pointing out the fact that you were released early on good behavior or the charges were later on fully dropped.

  1. Any Bankruptcies

There’s nothing embarrassing about bankruptcy as life happens even to the best of us. However, from a financial standpoint, it is not a good idea to conceal the fact that you had to file for bankruptcy. This is due to the fact that non-economic damages may be attached to your estate, which means that your creditors may recover what is owed to them by garnishing your non-economic damages without you even seeing them first.

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Lastly, but certainly not least, let your attorney know about any past injuries or accidents as the defense counsel may use this as rationale to reject or whittle down your claim, stating that your injuries are not new and that you had these prior to suffering your current injury or accident.

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