Obtaining Evidence For Your Phoenix Bicycle Accident Claim
When accidents happen, they are quick, confusing, and often seem to come from out of nowhere. Some people even enter a state of shock. While this is normal, given the situation, it is also the time when important information can be gained or lost. Information that can be used in any claim you may file in the future. This is especially true if you are riding a bicycle and are involved in a collision.
In those short moments following your accident, a large amount of evidence may be available for you and any other people involved. The key is collecting as much of it as you can, as fast as possible, so nothing is lost in weeks and months to come. If you are armed with the proper technology and safety equipment, you could have a considerable leg up on any at-fault party involved in the situation. Even if not, an experienced Phoenix bike accident injury attorney may be able to help you collect the necessary evidence to prove your case.
If you have recently been involved in a bike crash and wish to know more about your legal rights, contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. With our team at your side, you'll be able to establish your claim and get the damages that you are owed. Dial (602) 267-1280 or use the form found on this page to schedule an appointment.
Today's electronic market is flooded with just about every kind of athletic device you can come up with. From the now ubiquitous FitBits to the sturdy GoPro cameras, there is something for everyone. But, outside of the clear health and entertainment value of these devices, there is a great deal of data they can also yield. Even a person's smart phone can provide critical information about a person's health and whereabouts during a bike accident. Both FitBit and GoPros are equipped with GPS devices that can give a clear indication of who was where when a collision took place.
In addition, just about everyone's phone at this point is armed with a camera. Once an accident takes place, witnesses and victims alike are usually rolling on the scene, collecting information as the aftermath unfolds. All of this information paints a detailed picture of what took place and who may, or may, not be at-fault. This is invaluable when making a claim against an individual or their insurance company. The more evidence a person has in their possession, the better their odds will be at securing a proper settlement.
Every bicycle accident is unique to the people and elements involved. In order to determine how much a claim is worth, you'll need to speak with a dedicated personal injury attorney and review the facts surrounding your case. If you were in a bike accident, you may be eligible for both physical damages as well as any pain or suffering you were forced to endure. For more information or to review your options, give the Husband & Wife Law Team of Mark and Alexis Breyer a call today. You can reach us at (602) 267-1280.