Motor Vehicle Accidents
Wrong-way accidents often have some of the most severe consequences. In cases when the victim survives, the injuries are often catastrophic, changing the life of an innocent person forever.
If you were injured in a wrong-way car accident due to the negligence of another driver, you are within your rights to file a lawsuit. To ensure you receive the compensation you deserve, you need the assistance of an experienced Personal Injury Lawyer.
A “dashcam” is a camera that is placed on the dashboard of a car or other motor vehicle. Dashcams record video footage of events occurring while driving. The footage can be especially useful as evidence depicting the sequence of events leading up to a traffic accident.
When someone drives at night without their headlights on, bad things can happen. The driver may get a ticket or crash into an obstruction in the road. And other drivers may not see a car with its headlights turned off. This may cause a collision.
After an automobile collision that was someone else’s fault, the first priority is to get emergency medical attention for any serious injuries. If you are able, it is important to collect as much evidence as possible to support a claim for compensation. The evidence you gather at the scene can help show how the wreck occurred and who is responsible. Crash evidence is typically moved off the road as soon as possible, and vital evidence could be lost. It is critical to take as many detailed photos of the accident scene as you can.