Where Cases Are Won and Lost

by Staff Blogger | February 2nd, 2016

One of the most important components of a personal injury claim is the investigation your lawyer will conduct on your behalf. The backbone of your case rests on the results of this investigation, so if it is not done properly or to the full extent necessary, it could negatively impact the outcome of your case.

At Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough, we have a dedicated team of investigators who thoroughly investigate every case we handle. Here are the steps that our team will take on your behalf:

  • Analyze the accident report—There’s a wealth of information collected at the scene of every accident. The reporting officer is required to document what happened, how it happened, and who was involved. Our investigators will scour this report to extract all pertinent information that could help your case.
  • Examine the accident scene—One of the first things we will do in our investigation is visit the scene of the accident to gather any and all evidence available. The sooner you call us for help, the more evidence will remain for our investigators to document.
  • Gather witness testimonies—The basic facts of the case, such as who was at fault and how the accident occurred, are extremely important in proving negligence and liability. We’ll speak with every witness to verify these facts, so that they cannot be contested in court.
  • Review medical documentation related to your injuries—If you’ve been injured, you may have a long road of recovery ahead. Our investigators will closely track your progress in order to make an accurate and fair assessment of your case’s worth.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident, you deserve an experienced Dallas law firm on your side that will fully investigate your case and defend your right to compensation.