Taking Photos After an Accident

Following a car accident, you are likely so overwhelmed by what has just occurred you are unlikely to follow proper protocol. While many people hope to get as far away from the accident as possible and seek the comfort of their home and loved ones, there may be important steps you are forgetting to take. Gathering proof in the form of photographic evidence will be incredible useful for you down the road, especially when it comes to pursuing litigation for what has happened.

Taking photographs following an accident, particularly of the other person’s car, is absolutely vital to helping make this entire process as seamless as possible. Oftentimes, the at-fault party doesn’t report the accident to their insurance, though those vehicles are generally the ones with more damage. These photos will display the extent of the property damage, vehicle damage, injuries, and the overall scene at which the accident took place. You cannot rely on the other party to take those photographs for you, and a lack of evidence may be your downfall in a car accident case, particularly if you are seeking compensation for what you deserve, or worse--being blamed for something you didn’t do.

Contact Our Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you have been involved in a car accident and are now in need of comprehensive legal counsel, care, and representation, look no further than the Law Office of Jami Angelini Haggerty, P.A. Our team is led by an experienced and skilled Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyer who is dedicated to one thing above all: offering our clients top-rated and trusted legal services. We want to be your relentless advocates in your time of need.

Please don’t hesitate to schedule an initial consultation with a member of our firm by calling (954) 440-7314.

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