How Do You Preserve Evidence in a Car Wreck?
Proving Fault After a Car Accident
After a car accident, it is important to have the evidence you need to prove fault. An attorney can assist injured motorists to gather and preserve evidence in a car wreck. In this video, attorney Gene Riddle explains that not only does his law firm look into these types of car crashes for victims, but he employs former police officers on staff to assist in these investigations.
At Riddle & Brantley, we believe it is very important to at least talk to an attorney as soon as possible after an accident and there are a lot of reasons for that. One of the most important reasons is to get competent, good legal advice on how to handle your claim with the insurance adjuster. Second reason, and this is extremely important as well, evidence disappears. You have to preserve your evidence and nobody does it like we do it. We contact witnesses as soon as possible, we get photographs as soon as possible. We get photographs of the scene, of the wreck, or scene of the incident as soon as possible. And we have something that I think makes us unique, we have retired law enforcement officers who helps us investigate accidents. They contact potential witnesses, they contact the law enforcement agencies who investigated the car wreck, truck wreck, or an accident. And get all the facts, get the report and then they can contact witnesses and that way we preserve evidence. Please give us a call or send us an email. We’re here, we’re ready to help. Justice counts.