What Evidence Do I Need For My Case?

If you were working and suffered an injury or a work-related illness, you may be able to receive worker's compensation. Most employers are obligated to carry workers' compensation insurance.

The key to a successful workers' compensation claim is evidence. You will need to prove that your injury did occur at work. A workers' compensation attorney can help you gather the necessary evidence to support your claim.

Evidence To Collect

The more evidence to help support your claim, the more likely are to have a successful claim. You and your lawyer will need to gather evidence such as:

  • Eye witness statements and surveillance videos
  • Photos of the scene of your accident
  • Any doctor's notes, tests, results, etc. from your injury or illness
  • Your statement given to your supervisor

These are just a few examples of evidence you will need to help with your claim. Your workers' compensation lawyer will be well-versed in what documents you will need.

Working With a Workers' Compensation Lawyer

Workers' compensation attorneys typically do not require a deposit and legal fees may be built into your settlement if you win your claim!Complete the Free Case Evaluation on this page to get connected with a lawyer that takes cases in your area today.

Here are more resources for evidence supporting your workers' compensation claim against a specific company: