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Evidence You Can Use to Prove Your Injuries

Car accidents victims or anyone that has been injured by someone else’s negligent behavior have the option to file a personal injury claim, which allows them to be compensated for all the suffering and damages they’ve had to experience. It would be in your best interests to file one as soon as possible after you’re hurt due to another individual’s mistakes. 

Unfortunately, establishing who’s considered the at-fault party is not an automatic process. It may seem obvious to you, but you still need to prove it in order to be financially compensated. It would be wise to speak with qualified personal injury lawyers as soon as possible while having an idea about the type of evidence you can use to prove your injuries. 

Medical Expenses and Records

If you’re injured, especially after being involved in traumatizing events like car accidents, it’s crucial to see a doctor immediately, even if you’re not experiencing symptoms and consider your injuries minor. You don’t know what happened to your body internally, and it’s best to let a professional evaluate the situation.

Healthcare professionals will help you understand the full extent of your injuries and your expenses. Depending on the treatment required, you might have to deal with a large financial burden for a while. You’ll also obtain a medical record that describes what you’ll be going through while recovering, which can be used in combination with your medical bills as evidence by personal injury lawyers to provide you with the desired outcome for your case.

Witness Statements

An important part of gathering evidence is being able to obtain statements from neutral witnesses who were at the scene of your accident. Their testimony will be used to prove liability and establish that you’re not lying or exaggerating your injuries. 

It’s important to avoid wasting time when you’re injured, as witnesses could forget important details or it might become impossible to contact them and obtain a detailed description of what they saw. If your injuries prevent you from obtaining information, you still have the option to let a personal injury attorney take care of this part.  

Physical Evidence

Important pieces of evidence you may need also include anything tangible that was damaged as a result of an accident. It includes destroyed personal property such as your car, your clothes, jewelry, gadgets and so on. If you need to buy an additional device (crutches, wheelchair etc.) because of your injuries, it will be considered physical evidence too.


If you’re unable to obtain the evidence mentioned above, taking photos is your next best option. Try to show as much as possible in these pictures. For example, in car accidents, it’s important to photograph both vehicles, road and weather conditions, and all the damage caused to your property by the collision.

Our Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You

If you or a loved one have been injured by someone else’s negligence, it doesn’t mean that you have to pay out of your own pockets for mistakes you didn’t commit. A personal injury claim can protect your finances, your rights, and your health in this situation.

Conway, Pauley & Johnson P.C. is here to help you. Our injury lawyers know how to deal with insurers and won’t let individuals who don’t have your best interests in mind reduce the amount of compensation you deserve. Call (402) 462-5187 or use our contact form for a free case analysis. 


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