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Evidence Needed To Prove Car Accident Totaled Car

If you have been in a car accident, you have suffered property damages as well as personal injuries. You can pursue a personal injury claim against the driver who caused the crash, but you will need to show that the crash was caused by the other driver’s negligence and that your damages were a direct result of the crash. You will need to prove that all your losses were directly caused by the car accident. You need to maintain evidence to support your claim and help you prove the damages you suffered in the crash.

Evidence After The Crash

When you are in a car accident, the damages and injuries could be worse than you initially believe. You should always call the police to make sure an accident report. The officer will investigate the crash, make note of your damages, and ask you for a statement regarding what happened. Always be factual in your statements and only state the facts, not your opinions. You can do a few other things to gather information that can help you prove your losses.

  • Take photos of the accident scene. Get photos of where the cars are located, the point of impact, and the damages. Get photos from all angles and get photos from all around the vehicles. These pictures can tell the story and will show the severity of the impact and the damage that both vehicles sustained.
  • Ask any witnesses to provide written statements regarding what they saw in regards to the crash. Ask them to provide names and contact details. They can confirm the damages suffered by your vehicle ion the accident. Corroborating witnesses can significantly help your property damage claim after your car was totaled in a crash.
  • You will have coworkers, neighbors, or family members who can verify the condition of your vehicle before the crash. This information can help prove that your car wasn’t damaged before the accident.
  • If you have photos of the car before the accident, those can also help you prove the condition of your vehicle before it was hit by the other car.
  • Also, keep any towing bills or receipts and get written repair estimates. This will help show your damages.

The more documentation that you have, the much more likely you are to have a successful personal injury claim. Documentation can prove that the car was totaled by the accident in question.

Evidence Needed To Prove Car Accident Totaled Car

Consult With A Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been in a car accident that left you with a totaled car, you have suffered various damages. You can pursue a personal injury claim to recoup compensation for your losses. You will not have to pay any cash upfront because personal injury lawyers take accident injury claims on the contingency basis, which means that they aren’t paid until you win your case and get compensated by a judgment or a settlement. Don’t wait until it is too late to recover your damages, get your free case evaluation today.

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