As a personal injury lawyer, your number one goal is to help your injured client recover the financial compensation they need to get their lives back on track after sustaining a serious injury in an accident caused by the negligence of another. You know, as much as anyone, how difficult this can be from time to time, as often, the other party’s insurance company is prepared to fight your claim for compensation at every turn. That said, you do have resources available to you that can help both you and your client obtain the favorable outcome you need. One of the best ways you can do so is through accident reconstruction. Please continue reading and reach out to Advanced Investigations to learn more about how our Connecticut accident reconstruction experts can help you. Here are some of the questions you may have:
What exactly is accident reconstruction?
When someone hires a person to “reconstruct an accident,” it simply means that the person will work to get to the bottom of exactly how an accident occurred. After an auto accident of any kind, several parties, including law enforcement, both motorists, and other witnesses who see the accident as it happened will provide testimony regarding how they saw the accident and who was at fault. However, in the heat of the moment, facts can get blurred, and you can bet that the motorist who caused the accident will do everything they can to save their skin, and may even try and place blame on your client.
What is the benefit of hiring a private investigator?
When you hire a private investigator for accident reconstruction services, you are getting an unbiased report on all facets of the accident. Essentially, a private investigator can assess damage to both vehicles and revisit the scene of the accident to look for skid marks, property damage, or other factors that may indicate how the accident truly occurred. The private investigator can also interview witnesses, access surveillance footage of the accident as it happened, utilize computer software programs that can generate accurate visual reconstruction and analysis of the accident, and more.
The bottom line is that in many cases, lawyers find the services an accident reconstruction specialist provides to be invaluable, and Advanced Investigations has been providing these services to clients throughout the state of Connecticut for years. If you have any further questions or would like to speak with our team, give us a call or contact us online today.