The How-To Guide for Winning Accident Injury Your Claim
The truth is, your first actions after the accident are crucial to your accident claim. We hear all too often that people weren’t sure how to protect their legal claim.
Don’t miss important steps, or say the wrong thing to the insurance company!
In the Free Glove Box Accident Kit, personal injury lawyer Jeff Mitchell will arm you with the step-by-step system to protect your legal claim, and assist with your recovery.
The Glove Box Accident Kit isn’t a flier that gets pushed under your door. The Kit is only sent out by request only. We send the kit to your by mail, for no cost. It’s our mission to ensure that you’re prepared for the worst, should an accident ever happen.
The FREE Accident Kit has four parts:
1. Accident Guide
The Accident Guide is the most important document that should be next to your car insurance papers in your car glovebox. The Accident Guide shows you a step-by-step system to protect your claim. The system begins at the scene of the accident, and walks you through what information to collect, who to call, and what not to do.
2. Injury Chart
The Injury Chart is a customized form which allows you to document your injuries at the time of the accident, or as soon as possible. This Injury Chart should be completed if you don’t go to the hospital immediately after your accident. Many people even fill this form out while waiting to be seen by their doctor, or to make sure the full information about their injuries and pain are documented. Timing is essential and the injury chart is a trusted solution to make sure your injuries are properly assessed from the beginning.
3. Collision Diagram
Accidents are unique. The Collision Diagram ensures that you record important information about your accident. Essential details are often not captured by a police report, ambulance record, or witness statement. Be sure to use the collision diagram as soon as possible after the accident so that the details are fresh in your mind. The Collision Diagram will be your go-to document when you are discussing your claim with the insurance company.
4. Damage Report
Most people have insurance coverage for vehicle damage as part of their insurance policy. The Damage Report provides an easy to follow diagram allowing you to record each area of damage. This is important because your insurance company may dispute what damage related to the accident and what damage existed before the accident. The Damage Report will help ensure that a collision centre properly assesses your vehicle, and helps you confirm that the insurance company is paying for all the damage caused to your car. Even if you don’t have damage insurance as part of your policy, the Damage Report will help you explain your accident during your claim for your injuries.