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How Can You Stay Organized During Your Personal Injury Lawsuit?

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As your attorneys we will have everything on our end ready and organized for you. We understand the paperwork will pile up and we will ease the load there. Despite this, it is in your best interest to remain organized for your benefit.

It is best to maintain your own file of documents, including copies of your claims, police reports, accident reports, medicals, and any other important documents. Additionally, it is best to organize your file as well. Try to separate the type of documents into separate tabs and folders, divided into sections such as “medical bills,” “letters from my lawyer,” “legal documents,” and others. Maintain a list of all your contacts associated with your case, whether that be the insurance adjuster, your attorney, opposing counsel, and even mediator.

Lastly, maintain a calendar. A calendar is a great tool for staying organized in your everyday life. Make sure to record your future court dates, hospital visits, and due dates for bill payments. An organized calendar also allows you to keep better records and refer to them to give more accurate testimony regarding doctor’s visits and other appointments. For assistance in navigating your personal injury case, contact us at KI PI.



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