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Evidence in Insurance Claims: Accident Scene Pictures

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Different types of evidence in insurance claims can aid in building a strong case. One of the most valuable types of evidence are photographs from the accident scene. These are similar to traffic cameras that may be used as evidence of the cause of the accident. 

For help evaluating the various types of evidence that may be necessary for your claim, contact a Peachtree City accident attorney. Legal counsel can also explain the options you might have available when it comes to seeking compensation for injuries you sustained. 

Taking Pictures at the Accident Scene 

Snapping a few shots may be the last thing on your mind after a crash, but it could be critical in establishing the other party’s fault. Whether you happen to have a camera on hand, or a cell phone, the images you capture could make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. 

The following are some of the pictures that may be taken at an accident scene which could come in handy as evidence: 

  • skid marks;
  • debris from the crash;
  • shot of the entire scene;
  • close-ups of the damaged vehicles; and
  • visible injuries on your body. 

Help with Your Case from an Injury Attorney in Peachtree City 

Don’t delay. Contact the Law Offices of Shane Smith at 707-487-8999. We can determine if you have the right to seek compensation after an accident and can help you collect the necessary evidence to ensure you don’t ruin your car accident claim.

Category: Auto Accidents

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia

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