What kind of records should I keep?

You should keep records of the following:

  • Lost time from work and wages
  • Other expenses resulting from your injuries, i.e., transportation, home care, etc.
  • Pain and suffering
  • Your physical limitations

It is important to keep records on an on-going basis. Copies of checks and receipts of payment, as well as the above records, will be very helpful when you may be asked by the insurance company or an attorney to recall your pain, physical disabilities, and any out of pocket expenses including medication.

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