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Can an accident reconstruction help you in your case?

On Behalf of | Dec 16, 2021 | Personal Injury |

Car accidents aren’t always as easy as they seem. In fact, some of them involve so many vehicles and so many contributing factors that it’s difficult to tell who caused the wreck. This can complicate matters considerably, especially when it comes to determining fault for the purposes of a personal injury claim. Yet, having a clear sense of who is to blame for your car accident is imperative if you hope to recover adequate compensation for your injuries. After all, without clear arguments, the blame could be shifted back to you.

How an accident reconstruction may be beneficial

Fortunately, there are strategies that you can utilize to help provide clarification in your case. One of those methods is the use of an accident reconstruction. Here, an expert in the field applies the laws of physics to the evidence at hand to determine how, exactly, and accident occurred and who is at fault. This expert will analyze every piece of evidence, including tire marks, the final resting position of the vehicles involved, eyewitness accounts, and even road and weather conditions.

Once the expert’s investigation is complete, he or she will generate a formal report. These reports are detailed and thoroughly explain the expert’s determination. This report can be powerful evidence that you can use as leverage at the negotiation table or as an exhibit at trial. In a complicated case, just be prepared for the defense to have their own expert whose opinion may differ from your expert’s.

Make a clear case for liability and compensation

There’s a lot on the line in a personal injury case. After all, the outcome of your case could dictate the kind of recovery you have and your financial stability for years to come. That’s why it’s imperative that you have clear legal arguments on your side. To do so, you need to thoroughly prepare your case, know the law, and aggressively apply the law  to your set of facts.