Personal injury matters in Greenville can arise from a variety of circumstances, ranging from motor vehicle collisions, to slip and fall accidents, to pedestrian accidents – all of which can lead to debilitating injuries and other damages. In all Greenville personal injury cases, the accident victim has the legal burden of proof. He or she must demonstrate that the at-fault party did something wrong by acting unreasonably under the circumstances. The accident victim must also show that he or she suffered an injury as a direct and foreseeable result of the accident.
In order for the accident victim to satisfy his or her legal burden, the accident victim’s attorney needs to gather various important pieces of evidence. This evidence can include some or all of the following:
- Copies of all investigation reports, including a copy of the police report if one was prepared
- Copies of all medical records and bills which describe the treatment that the victim underwent for the accident
- Copies of all lost wage documentation and out-of-work medical slips which authorize the accident victim to miss time from work for a specified period of time
Speak to a Knowledgeable Greenville Personal Injury Lawyer Today
The experienced legal team at Upstate Personal Injury Lawyers, LLC can help you gather the necessary documentation to prove all of the legal elements of your personal injury claim. For a free case evaluation and legal consultation with an experienced Greenville personal injury attorney, please give us a call at 864-532-4860 or contact us online for more information about how we can help.
Personal Injury FAQs
How is Evidence Used Before Trial?
Documentary evidence can be forwarded to the insurance company in order to persuade them to make a settlement offer on your personal injury case.
How is Evidence Used in Court?
Documentary evidence can be used to establish that the other party was at fault for your accident and that you are entitled to recover damages.
Are There Rules for Admitting Evidence at Trial?
The South Carolina Rules of Evidence establish guidelines for admitting various types of evidence at trial.