Accident Reconstruction To Obtain Compensation
Traffic accidents happen so fast. It is difficult to remember what really happened, and filing an injury claim can quickly turn into a case of he said, she said. This can make obtaining compensation difficult for the injured parties.
At Byrd Davis Alden & Henrichson, LLP, we have strategies to avoid hearsay and complex situations after an auto accident on Texas roads. Our methods of accident reconstruction have helped many people achieve success in their personal injury cases.
Established in 1959, our firm is the oldest personal injury firm in Austin. Our extensive experience, plus the cutting-edge technology of accident reconstruction, gives our clients the advantage they need to recover maximum compensation.
How Does Reconstructing An Accident Help?
Accident reconstruction involves thorough investigation and analysis of the evidence to determine:
- What led up to a traffic accident
- How the actual accident occurred
- What happened after the accident
We have advanced technology, including light sequences, video and animation to help recreate the accident. We also work closely with accident research and reconstruction specialists.
Finding out exactly what happened helps us to prove negligence. It is also useful to convince the defense of the negligent driver to reach a fair and favorable settlement in your case.
Getting The Facts With Accident Reconstruction
Examining your medical records and the damages to your car is helpful in understanding how the accident occurred. However, recreating the accident completely allows us to understand more aspects of the accident, including:
- If distracted driving was involved
- The steps drivers took to avoid the crash
- How fast each motorist was driving
- What the road conditions were like
- If there was a mechanical malfunction
When our attorneys use this data to back up your personal injury claim, it helps us to obtain the best possible results. There is no substitute for hard work, and our lawyers are committed to work for your best interests through every step of your recovery.