In this era when we take photos of just about everything we do and eat on a daily basis, it is interesting to note that many people forget to take pictures after they have been in a vehicle accident. This is somewhat understandable, given the stress of an accident scene, possible injury that can cloud the mind and the adrenaline rush that causes you to forget the initial steps that you know you should take after an accident.

People involved in car accidents need to do what has come naturally for many of them—take photos that can be instantly uploaded in any number of forums. These photos will be very important for these reasons:

If you do not have a device that can take photos and no witnesses are around, look at the traffic light poles (especially at intersections), nearby gas stations and convenience stores and any other types of businesses that might have cameras rolling. These, too, can be a source of photographic evidence of what occurred.

Once you have fully exploited all possible sources of pictures, don’t forget to try and enlist as many witnesses as possible to help clarify what occurred, if your case reaches the court room. Even photos can be misleading or not tell the entire story. A photo plus a witness corroborating your testimony of innocence will pack a lot of punch in court.

By S.P. Karoll

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