PHOTOGRAPHS – Important Evidence in Documenting Your Injury Case.

Photographs can be extremely important pieces of evidence when documenting an injury claim. These photographs may be key in helping prove the negligence of another person or business. In our law practice we have seen first hand how good photographs have been pivotal in documenting the following:
  • Damage to the vehicle(s);
  • Location of the accident or accident;
  • Skid marks at the scene;
  • Defective or dangerous floors, parking lots, stairs, or other similar conditions;
  • Obstructions of view caused by barriers, overgrown bushes or trees;
  • Lacerations, burns, and cuts;
  • Stitches, staples, and surgical incisions;
  • Bruises and welts;
  • Facial injuries;
  • Eye injuries;
  • Scarring; and
  • Dog bites.
Today, most all cellular telephones have cameras built in. We typically advise our clients to take photographs with a regular or digital camera to make sure that the photographs clearly document the injuries, the scene of the accident or negligent condition which caused the personal injury. If you do not have a camera, ask to borrow one or buy a disposable camera. Many times we have seen when good photographs become one of the most important pieces of evidence in a case.

At the TRIPP LAW FIRM, our Florida licensed investigator(s) are trained and have the experience on documenting your case through good photography techniques and a timely investigation. It is essential to seek the advice, counsel and representation of the personal injury attorney in order to make sure the photographs and other evidence have been properly preserved and presented to support a claim or lawsuit. If your or a loved one has sustained at personal injury, CALL US TODAY at (888) 392-LAWS (5297) for an immediate case evaluation.

You may visit our office located at 10099 Seminole Boulevard in Seminole, Florida or at your request, a firm representative will come to your home or hosptial room.

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