If you or a loved one recently experienced a car accident that another party caused and are looking to hold them accountable, an accident reconstruction lawyer with Ben Crump Law, PLLC, can help.
Accident reconstruction is when a lawyer gives a presentation in which they reconstruct an accident, and it is usually sought when it is difficult to establish who is at fault. This kind of presentation can be significantly helpful in your case.
Accident reconstruction is commonly employed in auto accident lawsuits, and many tools are used to determine the liable party. We do not shy away from tough cases; we are dedicated to tirelessly pursuing justice for our clients. Do not wait to reach out; call us today at (800) 959-1444 for your free case evaluation.
How an Accident Reconstruction Lawyer Can Benefit Your Case
Whether you have or do not have evidence from your car accident to prove the other driver is at fault for your injuries and/or damage to your vehicle, you have options. Once you contact a law firm that handles accident reconstruction, such as Ben Crump Law, PLLC, and discuss your case with us, you do not have to do anything except focus on recovering as we will do all the heavy lifting.
Having an accident reconstruction lawyer in your corner means we can work to get the facts of your accident straight as we present different kinds of evidence.
Assigning fault in car accidents can be difficult, so we want to be your legal advocate to secure the justice you deserve. We will likely have questions regarding the accident, such as how the weather was that day, the severity of the crash, the condition of your car, what direction the cars were traveling in before impact, and more.
If you have pictures or videos to share with us, that would be helpful, of course. If there were traffic or surveillance cameras in the area that recorded the accident, we could acquire the footage to help us establish fault more quickly. There are many variables to take into account, and we will do our best when illustrating a picture of what happened.
The process of an accident reconstruction lawyer involves using certain methods to determine the circumstances and contributing factors of the auto accident. The elements we look into include the breakdown of the events, the level of visibility each driver had at the time of the accident, and the angles at which the cars collided. You can also expect an accident reconstruction lawyer to review the following:
- The police report
- Medical records
- Vehicle inspection reports
- Brake factors
- Physical evidence, such as skid marks and paint scratches on the cars
- The road surface of where the accident occurred and possible obstacles on the road
In addition, if there were bystanders at the time of the accident who witnessed what happened, we can interview them to gather important information to use as evidence against the at-fault party.
Many cars have what is called a “black box,” which is also called an event data recorder, and it gives you access to crucial information like the speed the car was going when the accident happened and right before.
We are happy to organize all documentation for you, file all paperwork, and calculate your losses.
The Different Types of Accident Reconstruction Presentations
We may use charts, diagrams, or a 3D presentation to reconstruct a car accident. A 3D representation of the accident can implement physics that demonstrates how the accident occurred.
There are also methods used to analyze the collision and skid marks. The former entails the analysis of how the vehicles responded upon impact, and the latter has to do with the measurement of the skid marks on each vehicle to learn how each driver reacted to the impact.
Get in touch with Ben Crump Law, PLLC, today if you need help proving another driver is at fault for an accident you were recently in. Talk to a staff member about your case today.
Possible Recoverable Damages
You may be eligible to receive the following economic and noneconomic damages:
- Medical expenses
- Property damage
- Lost wages
- Diminished earning capacity
- Pain and suffering (compensation for your physical and emotional distress, according to the Legal Information Institute (LII))
- Temporary and permanent disability
Be Mindful of the Limited Time You Have to Act
The time you have to take legal action against a negligent party that caused an accident, resulting in bodily injury and/or property damage, varies in each state. You generally have a few years, but it takes a while to build a solid case, so you do not want to procrastinate on pursuing financial recovery. If you wait too long to file a lawsuit, you may be barred from doing so.
We believe you should not have to pay for any injuries you suffered through no fault of your own. The defendant should pay for your treatment and other damages, not you. The sooner you file, the sooner you may be able to collect compensation.
Ben Crump Law, PLLC, Protects Your Rights
We understand it is not always easy to determine liability in car accidents. That is why we want to use our resources to help you on your journey for justice. It can be critical to use the assistance of an accident reconstruction lawyer who can gather ample evidence to prove your innocence.
We handle cases on a contingency-fee-basis, so we do not get paid unless and until you receive a settlement. Do not hesitate to reach out; call today at (800) 959-1444 for your free case evaluation.