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Accident reconstruction can be pivotal in multi-car accident case

A lot of car accidents are pretty straightforward. One driver violates a traffic law, thereby causing a wreck that leaves another innocent and unsuspecting driver injured. Yet, there are a lot of instances out there where it’s not so easy to tell exactly what happened, and exactly who is to blame for the crash. This is especially true when multiple vehicles are involved and the question of comparative negligence comes into play. Therefore, in order to protect your personal injury claim and the amount of compensation that you might recover, you should consider whether an accident reconstruction is needed in your case.

The basics of accident reconstruction

Accident reconstruction is a scientific analysis of a car wreck to determine how it occurred and who is to blame. The experts who perform these reconstructions assess every piece of evidence available to them, which means listening to witness accounts, inspecting tire marks, analyzing the vehicles’ resting place, and taking into consideration weather and road conditions. Once they finish their investigation and reconstruction, these individuals generate a report that you can then use at the negotiating table and in court to bolster your position.

Be prepared to attack and defend

While a solid accident reconstruction report can give you a lot of evidence to aggressively attack the other side, you need to be prepared to defend your expert and counter any contrary evidence offered by the defense. This contrary evidence might even include a different reconstruction report compiled by the other side. So, in these complex car accident cases, you need to know what to do with these accident reconstruction reports from both an offensive and a defensive standpoint.

Building the case you need

A lot of car accident cases can be built without extensive expert testimony. However, if your car wreck was complex and involved several vehicles, then you need to make sure that you’re doing what you can to protect your interests and your right to accountability and compensation. To learn more about how to build the robust case that you deserve, consider discussing your set of circumstances with an attorney who is adept in this area of the law.