When a personal injury attorney agrees to take on your case, he/she realizes that a lot of work is to ensue. After all, your attorney does not get paid unless your case is won. Although you may not expect to do much work or make big decisions, there are several things you can do along the way to help your case.
1. Tell the truth. Your personal injury attorney wants you to tell the truth no matter what. It is better for the truth to be laid out upfront than for it to come out as your case drags on.
2. Answer all questions as accurately as possible. There are going to be times when your attorney has questions for you. Do your best to offer honest and accurate answers. If you don’t know the answer, make it known. Again, you don’t want to lie at any point in time.
3. Make yourself available. As your personal injury attorney works on your case, there are going to be circumstances in which you need to be available to discuss important topics and quite possibly appear in court. Are you going to be available to your legal counsel at all times?
These are three of the best ways to help your personal injury attorney. As long as you cooperate at all times, you are doing your part in bettering your chance of a positive outcome.