Any time a personal injury claim is filed, there is a need for credible evidence. Evidence supports the claim, providing proof that the victim deserves compensation and even helping to establish the exact amount of that compensation. Reports are often presented as evidence. Police reports, eyewitness reports, medical reports…they all play a role in advancing a claim. In the case of car accidents, photographic evidence is also crucial to supporting a personal injury claim.
Photos can show not only the aftermath of an accident and the damage done, but may also be able to help investigators determine how an accident happened and establish fault. Given the prevalence of smartphones and their built-in cameras, it’s easier than ever for anyone involved in a car accident to provide photo documentation, but the photos are only useful if they provide the right kind of evidence.
Tips For Taking Evidence Photos
Any pictures that you take in the aftermath of a car accident could potentially be used as evidence to support a personal injury claim. With that in mind, here are some tips for taking accident photos:
Taking Photos of Car Accidents
Photos from car accidents should clearly show the damage to your car as caused by the at-fault party. Here are some ways to show that damage:
Compensation Awards Are Possible
If you are injured in a car accident due to someone else’s actions, you may be eligible for compensation. The first step is to meet with an auto accident attorney to review your case and examine the evidence. The attorneys at Eisenberg Law Office are here to help you recover the compensation you deserve and help you recover from your accident.
Eisenberg Law has successfully represented our clients in thousands of Personal Injury, Criminal Defense and Family Law Cases during our 30-plus years in business.
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