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Top 3 Pictures to Take After a Car Accident in Houston, TX

03 Dec 2019, by Madiha Hanif in Auto Accidents, Hiring A Lawyer

Getting in a car accident can be a terrifying experience. Although your adrenaline will more than likely be in high gear after the crash, taking pictures of the following items will help to strengthen your claim. 

  1. Vehicles involved in the Crash
    After your wreck, please make sure to take pictures of all vehicles involved in the crash. These images you provide can help to strengthen your case since it gives the adjustor a better idea of how the wreck took place. Take pictures from different angles so you capture any and all damage to the vehicles. 
  2. Crash Site
    Pictures of the site of the crash can help a great deal during the claim process. Take note of any marks on the ground, missing or damaged signs and signals and any distractions that might have had a part in the collision.  
  3. Injuries Sustained by You
    Be sure to take pictures of any injuries you sustained during the accident even ones that may seem minor. Injuries such as bruises, scrapes, cuts might seem like they are not important to take pictures of and document but you still should. Take pictures so that you have a strong case when it comes to the insurance companies.

After a wreck, the pieces of evidence listed above can be beneficial to record. They become helpful when it comes to our Houston law firm handling your case so we are able to obtain the highest amount of compensation possible. If you or anyone you know has been involved in a car accident in the Houston, TX area then get in touch with Talabi & Associates, P.C. for a free consultation to see what options are available to win your case. Call us at 713-266-0529 and let us help you!

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