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What evidence do I need for a personal injury claim?

The specific types of evidence your claim requires will naturally depend on the details of your case. However, as a general rule, plaintiffs in personal injury claims need proof that they suffered significant injuries, and that these injuries were caused by the defendant’s negligence. Documents that can help you build your case include:

  • Medical records
  • Property repair bills
  • Photographs of your injuries and/or property damage
  • Testimony from eyewitnesses
  • Expert analysis of your case

An experienced lawyer will know how to gather and organize all of the information you need. To learn more, contact the Champaign personal injury attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. at 217-328-2828.