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Blogs from January, 2017


In our After a Car Accident page, our Longview car accident lawyer mentions taking pictures as a crucial step to perform following a collision. It is imperative to understand that having reliable evidence can determine whether or not an injured victim obtains reasonable compensation.

How Does Taking Pictures of a Car Accident Help?

Photographic evidence paints the clearest picture possible of the incident. Now that our cellphones are equipped with cameras, you can take pictures at any given time.

The following are a few tips for taking relevant photos after a car accident:

  • Take as many pictures as possible. If memory space permits, do not put a limit on the number of photographs you take. Make sure you take snapshots of the exterior and interior of both vehicles, the injuries sustained, street signs, traffic lights, road and weather conditions, as well as any witnesses.
  • Get various angles of the same shot. We sometimes tend to take a picture of one thing then move on to the next. Instead, take multiple photographs of the same thing from different angles. Maybe when you go back and take a look at these pictures at a later time, you might notice something new that wasn’t obvious the first time around.
  • Record the progress of injuries. While we mention taking pictures of any injuries at the time of the accident, it's also important to document the recovery process to demonstrate the extent and severity of the injuries suffered in the accident. Some injuries, such as bruising, are worse a few days later.

With the help of an experienced and skilled lawyer, you can use this evidence to make sure you obtain the financial compensation you deserve. With more than 35 years of experience, our Longview car accident lawyers can thoroughly review your case and investigate your accident to get the most favorable outcome possible for you.

Contact us and schedule a consultation today! Erskine & McMahon, LLP is ready to help.

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