Do you have photos and or videos?
Photos and or videos can be essential to your personal injury case. If your Personal Injury Attorney has to take your case to trial, then having photos and or videos as evidence can only strengthen your case. A photo or a video can accurately depict the injuries you sustained. Just one photo can provide a lot of information to a jury or judge.
There are several ways to get photos and or videos following a personal injury
- If you are not badly injured, then it may be possible to capture a photo or video with your cell phone.
- If you are with someone when a personal injury occurs, then it would be a good idea to have them take a photo or video.
- Have a good samaritan that maybe passing by the scene of the personal injury and have them take photos for you.
- It is likely that the insurance company will take photos and it may be possible to obtain those photos from them.
Does having photos or videos automaticaly mean I will win my case?
Submitting photos and videos are not necessarily a slam dunk in your case. When your Personal Injury Attorney submits any photos or videos as evidence, the photos and videos are subject to challenge by the opposing attorney. The opposing attorney could challenge the authenticity of the photos or videos. It is important to be sure that any photo or video that may be used for evidence is not changed or altered in any way. An opposing attorney will work hard to have any adverse evidence thrown out. They could even call something as simple as the light and angle of the photo or video into question. There are a lot of factors that go into play when using photos or videos as evidence. However, keep in mind that having photos and videos can win your personal injury case.
Pepper and Odom Law firm represents victims that have suffered all types of injuries as a result of a personal injury. Our personal injury Attorneys are here to help during these very difficult times. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury due to someone else’s negligence, and you have photos or videos of the incident, contact one of our injury Lawyers today at 601-202-1111 in Mississippi or 205-250-1107 in Alabama.
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