• Tom Fowler

How are Personal Injury Accidents Proven?

The most challenging point in the quest for compensation comes when it reaches the stage of proving the party at fault. However, attorneys enjoy extensive experience handling such issues. Your attorney will use different tools and techniques to show the other party’s error—some of the ways they can do that include. Find more information here.


Review of Security Footage

This is arguably the best way to prove the party at fault. With this, your attorney will review the footage systematically to assess how the accident took place. In case there is no video footage, the situation can get tricky. See here for information about What If I am At Fault.



Mobile Phone History

For example, when it comes to negligence, phone records in terms of calls and messages of the other party will be reviewed. That way, your attorney will work to link the accident's timing with that of the mobile conversations.


Witness Statements

No evidence can beat that of an eyewitness. Since they always swear an oath to tell the truth, they are less likely to lie. If you have a witness who can testify in your case, you are lucky.


Accident Reports

Some vital records from an accident scene can help in your case. These may include photos, crime scene records, and many more,