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Three things you should photograph after an accident

| Feb 2, 2021 | Motor Vehicle Accident |

A car accident can happen in the blink of an eye and leave a victim in a perplexed state. It can be hard to remember what you should do after an accident, and failing to take some crucial steps can cost you.

A car accident can cost thousands of dollars if medical attention is necessary. Regardless of how expensive the costs are, the at-fault party should be responsible for the damages and not the victim. If you want to hold a reckless or negligent driver accountable, the evidence is key. Here are three things that everyone should take pictures of after an accident:

The damage to both vehicles

The point of photographic evidence is to illustrate the actual results of the accident. By taking pictures of both vehicles, you can help establish the other driver’s actions’ total consequences. Photos of your car will also help prove your vehicle’s total damages when filing a compensation claim.

The surrounding area

When you are trying to explain what happened to cause the accident, it can be hard to do so without visual aids. Take pictures of the area around the crash to help illustrate the environment that leads to your accident. The better you can recreate the scene of the accident, the more likely you are to maximize your compensation.

The other driver’s information

If you and the other driver exchanged information, take a picture of it. This way, you can be confident that you have the information you need from their insurance and driver’s license. This information can help you not only locate the other driver if they become hard to find, but it can also help you get in touch with their insurance to pursue compensation for the accident.

There is no such thing as too many pictures

Regardless of what you are taking pictures of after an accident, do not stop at just one or two snaps. Take as many pictures as possible to help prove exactly what happened. A picture usually is worth a thousand words, but it could be worth your fair compensation after an accident.

 

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