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When law enforcement arrives on an accident scene, they observe the accident scene and interview all parties involved and any witnesses that stick around.
Law enforcement will then make an assessment of how they believe the accident occurred and who if anyone is at fault. They will then fill out an accident report detailing their findings.
Accident reports are not always as accurate as would expect them to be. The judgement of law enforcement may sometimes be swayed one way or another if one party is cooperative and remains calm, while the other driver is argumentative and difficult to deal with.
This is why a full investigation and review of all evidence is necessary in auto accident cases.
A throughout investigation and evidence may include:
- Re-interviewing witnesses;
- Reviewing the accident report;
- Any pictures or videos taken at the scene;
- Any debris, skid marks, broken glass, and vehicle impacts of both vehicles (or any other vehicle that was involved);
- Any photos or recordings from relevant traffic cameras;
- Any photos or recordings from businesses that had cameras pointing in the direction of the accident;
- Social media posts or other statement the other party made to others after the accident;
- Cellular phone data prior to and during the time of the accident;
- Any vehicle data if the vehicle had GPS or other monitoring data;
- Any prior record of the at fault party being in frequent accidents (especially rear end collisions);
- Sometimes, a forensic recreation (animation) of the accident may be used in an auto accident case;
- Medical records and medical bills that are directly related to the auto accident;
- Doctor's notes and reports;
- Records from any therapy or rehabilitation services;
- If breathalyzers or blood tests were conducted for suspicion of drunk driving or being under the influence of drugs or other controlled substances;
- Whether or not the other party had a valid driver's license or was driving with a suspended or revoked license;
- If the other driver was driving without insurance;
- If the other driver was driving with expired license plate tags or had a license plate on the vehicle that did not go with the vehicle her or she was driving;
- Or any other evidence that can be discovered directly relating to the auto accident.
An experienced auto and vehicle accident attorney will leave no stone unturned and will use every legal resource available under the law to fight for their client.
We fight for the injured and take A No-Bull Approach To Seeking Results For You!