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Tips to Maximize Your Compensation in a Personal Injury Lawsuit

On Behalf of | May 2, 2022 | Personal Injury

When you decide to file a personal injury lawsuit in Texas, it’s imperative to take the right steps and follow the letter of the law to recover suitable compensation.

However, if you want to maximize your compensation for your injuries and damages, you may have to take things a step further. Some tips to help you with this are found here.

Be upfront and honest with your doctor

If you have a prior injury, you may think disclosing it would hurt your ability to recover compensation. However, failure to disclose it may be more damaging. In most cases, pre-existing injuries will not keep you from receiving compensation; however, if it is discovered you lied or tried to hide this information, it may hurt your case significantly.

Keep track of all injury-related costs

When you are injured, you will incur many different expenses. While medical bills are obvious, you can also receive compensation for transportation, parking and other costs you incur while seeking treatment or recovering from an injury. Be sure to keep receipts and documentation to show the cost of these things.

Follow your doctor’s treatment plan

If you begin feeling better after you receive treatment from a doctor, you may want to stop going to your follow-up appointments or eliminate their medication recommendations. To ensure you can recover the compensation you deserve, it’s imperative that you follow your doctor’s treatment plan all the way through.

Know your legal rights

Filing a personal injury claim can be a daunting process. Unfortunately, there are a lot of mistakes you can make that may hurt the amount of compensation you are offered. While this is true, the tips and information above will help you recover what you deserve for the injuries and damages you suffered.