Hey, you! Want a free Damages Diary? Of course you do!

During the months that you're treating, it's really difficult to keep track of all of your damages.  Luckily, I'm a nerd and I put together a shiny new Damages Diary to allow you to do just that!

During the months that you're treating, it's really difficult to keep track of all of your damages.  Luckily, I'm a nerd and I put together a shiny new Damages Diary to allow you to do just that!

Damages Diary?  Huh?

Since you're all obviously faithful followers of our blog, I'm sure you've already read the article on Damages and you're a veritable Damages expert by now.  Being Damages experts, therefore, we know that when another person injures you by acting negligently, that person becomes liable to you for all the damages that you've suffered as the result of said negligence.  Those damages are often going to include medical expenses, lost wages, fuel costs, prescriptions, and the list goes on and on.

Seems like a lot to keep track of.

Under the normal timeline, there will be anywhere between three and six months (or more) between the time of the accident and the time that the injured plaintiff finishes treatment and we can start putting the demand package together.  During those intervening months, it's going to be really, really tough for the plaintiff to keep all of their damages evidence in one place.  By the time that treatment is finished, there's often a good bit of evidence that has gone undocumented, and that means that the claim becomes less valuable.

That's no good!

I don't like it either.  I want to make myself as efficient as possible, and I really want to make your claim as valuable as possible.  Since I'm clearly a sucker for booklets, I put together a brand-spankin'-new Damages Diary that will allow you to clearly and concisely document all of your damages as they become apparent.  It's free, it's awesome, and it'll make managing your claim a lot easier.  If you have an attorney, you'll probably become their very favorite client.  Put it in your purse, your glovebox, or your desk, and make an entry every time you visit the doctor, miss work, or go the pharmacy.  When your treatment is completed, you'll have a nice, concise booklet with all of your damages neatly recorded.  

Make sure that you still keep all of your receipts and other proof of expenses that you've incurred.  This isn't a replacement for that stuff.

Download link is below.  Best of luck!

The Damages Diary