These resources are collected here to provide our clients with some guidance regarding their personal injury case. This page addresses common questions such as "What information should I collect" to a discussion of the typical timeline for a personal injury case.
VIDEO #1: What Information Does My Attorney Need?
During this video, Santa Clarita accident lawyer Robert Mansour explains what documents and other evidence you should gather for your injury case. When meeting a client for the first time, attorney Robert Mansour provides his clients with this handy checklist of important documents and things to keep in mind with respect to their accident case. To download the form, you can visit the forms page for more information. We can also fax, email, or send you the form via US mail.
VIDEO #2: Timeline of the Typical Personal Injury Case
During this video, attorney Robert Mansour discusses the timeline of the average personal injury case. While your case may be different, this video outlines how the typical accident case unfolds, the order of events, and some general observations about the process.
VIDEO #3: When will my personal injury case be over?
During this video, attorney Robert Mansour discusses the common client question: When will all this be over? This video builds upon the information provided in Video #2. Rushing the process won't do you much good, but this video may help answer this very common concern.
VIDEO #4: How much is my case worth?
Many clients are very concerned about "how much their case is worth." This is a common concern. In this video, Robert Mansour discusses how cases are evaluated.
VIDEO #5: It's important to mention ALL injuries and symptoms to your doctors!
If something is not mentioned in your medical records, most insurance adjusters won't even consider it. Think of your medical records like a journal. If something isn't there, it's like it never happened!
VIDEO #6: How insurance adjusters correlate property damage to your injury!
If you don't have significant property damage to your vehicle, you may be facing an uphill battle convincing the insurance adjuster that you were injured. Keep this in mind when treating. Don't let your medical bills get out of control.
VIDEO #7: Will the insurance adjuster pay my medical bills?
In most cases, insurance adjusters aren't simply going to pay your medical bills. They need to "adjust" the bills. In this video, Robert Mansour discusses how insurance adjusters commonly approach the bills you present to them after your injury case.