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Evidence Needed To Prove Accident Caused Taillight Damage

Car crashes happen every single day. If you have been in a car accident, then your vehicle has suffered property damages. If your car was hit from behind or on the side, your car might have taillight damage. Taillight damage can be an expensive fix. If your car suffered taillight damage caused by a car accident, you can pursue a personal injury claim to recover compensation that will pay for fixing the damages that your vehicle suffered in the crash. Proving the other driver’s negligence and gathering supporting documentation are essential to the success of your claim. Here are a few tips for what to do to preserve your rights.

Supporting Evidence And Documentation For Taillight Damage

If your car suffered taillight damage in a car accident, you will need to do a few things to preserve evidence and gather supporting documentation. Here are a few things to do to protect your rights after a car accident that left your vehicle with damaged taillights:

  • Call the police so they will come to the scene of the crash and complete an accident report. The officer will investigate the accident, talk to all parties involved, review the damages and injuries, and determine liability.
  • If you are physically able, get photos of the accident scene and of the damages. Get pictures from all different angles and be sure to get pictures of all damages.
  • Exchange insurance information and contact information with the other driver.
  • Ask any witnesses to give you written statements and ask them for their full names and contact information because your lawyer will need to talk with them later.
  • Get written repair estimates for your taillight damage and keep receipts for any towing or rental vehicles.
  • Establish medical care for your injuries. Maintain thorough records, including medical bills, prescription receipts, proof of missed work and lost wages, and medical records.

Your accident injury lawyer will review all the information and might be able to uncover more evidence, such as a video from a traffic camera that caught the crash on tape. The more evidence that you can provide, the more likely you are to have a successful personal injury settlement after the crash.

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Consult With A Personal Injury Attorney

If a car accident has led to taillight damage on your vehicle, you should enlist the help of a personal injury attorney. Auto accident injury claims are difficult, and personal injury lawyers have experience in negotiating with auto insurance companies. With the help of an attorney, you are much more likely to recover compensation for your damages. Don’t delay getting legal representation because a statute of limitations does apply. Complete the Free Case Evaluation Form so a car accident injury attorney in your area will give you a free case review. Personal injury lawyers work on a contingency basis, so you will not have to pay anything out of pocket to retain the lawyer. instead, your lawyer will only be paid after your win your personal injury claim.

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