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Preparing for Your Personal Injury Case

Preparing for Your Personal Injury Case Series

  • Working With Your NY Personal Injury Attorney

    To achieve the best results, you must be willing to form a partnership with your attorney. You can help your attorney by following these guidelines: Be 100 percent honest. Give your attorney everything, including facts you think are irrelevant, stupid, or embarrassing.  Be prepared for your lawyer to evaluate your credibility. Only by testing your credibility and that of the defendant will your attorney be able to properly advise you about the merits of your claim. Discuss your goals for…

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  • Personal Injury Lawyer Lingo: Understanding Your Personal Injury Case

    Attorney/Client Privilege: A client's privilege to refuse to disclose communication between the client and his/her attorney. This privilege protects communications between the attorney and client made for furnishing or obtaining professional legal assistance. Client Statement: A statement that you prepare for your attorney that describes how you were injured, the extent of your injuries, and anything else you think is relevant to your case, including how your life has been affected. A client …

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  • How To Prepare For Your Personal Injury Claim

    Prepare a list of all medical professionals who have treated you. Be sure to include complete names, addresses, and telephone numbers. Give this list to your attorney as soon as possible. Keep track of all out-of-pocket expenses, such as medical bills, supplies, and prescriptions. Your attorney will n¢ed receipts for these expenses before your case can be settled. When answering your lawyer's questions, try to describe how your life has changed since you were injured. Are there things you c…

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  • The Truth Behind Some Personal Injury Case Myths

    1Q. To win your case, your attorney must prove the extent to which you have been harmed. 1A. True. 2Q. Most personal injury cases go to trial. 2A. False. Most personal injury cases do not go to trial. 3Q. You should tell your family members and friends about your case. This way, if they're contacted by an insurance company, their version of events will be the same as yours. 3A. False. You should speak only to your attorney about your case. 4Q. Last year, your sister was in a car accident…

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We are here to help personal injury and accident victims.

The attorneys at Alexander & Catalano take the guess work out of this difficult process so that you and your family can focus on what's most important - healing. That's what we do.

We are advocates for injured clients. Alexander & Catalano strives to resolve each personal injury case in an effective and timely manner. We adhere to the highest ethical standards and are a client service driven organization. Our objective is to help you fully recover.