Anatomy of a Good Personal Injury Case ---Part 2

Woodland Hills Personal Injury Attorney Barry P. Goldberg was recently hired to represent an 18 year old traffic collision victim who was violently rear ended on the freeway---A very serious accident to be sure. During the initial interview, discussion about expectations with the victim and her family, it occurred to Mr. Goldberg that the topics addressed may give important insight to other injury victims. Moreover, the discussion gives some insight about how an attorney analyzes and evaluates a case.

Mr. Goldberg’s initial installment dealt with immediate concerns, medical condition, and client expectations. In this “Part 2,” Mr. Goldberg goes through his thought process after receiving an in-depth Traffic Collision Report. This was the next critical piece of information given that our client was knocked unconscious and had antegrade and retrograde amnesia---we had no information on who caused this accident and even whether there would be liability insurance available.

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