A successful investigation is all about the details. When the North Carolina auto accident attorneys at HensonFuerst investigate a disputed liability or large injury case, we preserve as much physical evidence from the collision as possible through a variety of methods:
Our investigation team will visit the crash scene as soon as possible to take photographs or videos of any other evidence that could help prove your case, such as skid marks, debris, gouge marks in the pavement, yaw marks, etc.
We also document facts about the scene, including: lane configurations, traffic signal cycles and patterns, traffic flow, and any visual obstructions at the intersection, such as trees or shrubbery.
In some cases, our investigation team will retain an accident reconstruction engineer to investigate the wreck. Accident reconstruction engineers have specific training and expertise in analyzing factors that help us determine and prove exactly what happened in a collision.
These engineers are often used to provide testimony about speed, timing, perception, and reaction times; the sequence of events leading up to and during a collision; and the severity of impact. While these experts can be costly, in some cases, it is the only way to ensure that your claim is protected and that you will be able to present sufficient evidence at trial if necessary.
Our North Carolina auto accident lawyers are trained to evaluate all of these factors in counseling you and resolving your case. Put the HensonFuerst team to work for you today by calling (866) 777-1170 or completing a free initial consultation form.
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