A Guide to an Amicable Divorce

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A Guide to an Amicable Divorce

When I got divorced, it went off without a hitch. When my friends heard how easy it was, they were shocked. None of the people they knew had experienced the same easy separation I had. It was not problems with their spouses that was the issue. It was the attorneys. After talking to a few more people and my divorce attorney, I created this blog. I want to help others who are going through the divorce process understand their options. I also want people to realize that there are good attorneys who are committed to getting what is best for their clients.


4 Tips For Building A Stronger Injury Case

One of the things you may need to do at some point in life is deal with a personal injury due to a car accident. This can be a trying time for all the individuals that are involved, and working to build a strong case should be at the top of your to-do list. There are certain things you can do that may allow you to have a better chance of recovering any financial losses associated with the wreck and knowing what these are can be helpful to you.

Tip #1: Gather official reports

One thing you will want to do to have the strongest possible case is to have the proof of the severity of your injury and show you weren't at fault for the accident. This can be done by having all of your medical bills together and a statement from the police officer that shows the other driver was at fault.

Tip #2: Take notes

Keeping a journal of all the things that happen from the time of the wreck to the current date is sure to be helpful in your case. You can make a note of any medical visits you must have and any types of procedures you've had to pay for because of the accident.

Additionally, if you have required medication due to your injury, you will want to be sure to list these. Taking time to be mindful of what occurs each day while working to recover is sure to be ideal.

Tip #3: Be prepared

One of the essential parts of civil litigation is the discovery stage. This is when you will have the chance to provide the necessary details and proof of the injuries you incurred due to the auto collision. 

Listed below are the various stages of discovery and things you should be prepared to answer:

  1. Written interrogatories – You will need to respond to a series of questions that will be given to you.
  2. Requests for admission statements – It's important to either admit or deny certain things to help shorten the time of your case in court.
  3. Deposition – This is a meeting where you'll meet with the attorney for the other side.
  4. Request for production documents – The best time to provide written a proof to build your case is now.

You can work to fully recover after having a car accident if you know what to do. Be sure to rely on the assistance of your personal injury attorney, such as those found at Hoffman, Hamer & Associates, PLLC, to help you do so!