Auto Accident Reconstruction New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia
At Locks Law, we can provide comprehensive accident investigation and reconstruction. Utilizing the expertise of specialists in the fields of forensics and accident reconstruction, we can conduct a thorough study of your accident case to provide you with an unbiased, second opinion. Many times, insurance companies will look for any factor, regardless of how small, that can exonerate them from having to pay a settlement. An accident investigation conducted by Locks Law can give you the leverage you need to file suit against an insurance provider that is failing to grant you adequate compensation. To schedule a free consultation at our offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New York, or New Jersey, contact our auto and trucking accident attorneys today. We can set up an accident investigation and reconstruction and help you move forward with your case.
What is accident reconstruction?
Accident reconstruction involves the investigation of an accident scene to determine the cause. By analyzing both factual witness testimony and physical evidence, our forensic analysts are able to make a reconstruction of the accident to determine how it actually occurred. In motor vehicle accidents, it is possible to determine the speeds of the vehicles involved by looking at elements such as the length of tire skid marks and vehicle impact damage.
Aside from the severity of the impact and how such an impact would affect the individuals involved, we also look at elements that could help us determine fault, such as skid marks, accident debris, the curvature of the road, the spatial and time relationship between the vehicles involved, and the directions they were traveling before the impact. This information allows our analysts to determine who was at fault in an accident, crucial in filing a civil suit. Contact our New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based auto and trucking accident attorneys today for a free consultation.
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When is accident reconstruction necessary?
Our auto and trucking accident attorneys can utilize their resources to properly determine liability when fault cannot be easily determined and cases in which our clients have been wrongly accused of being at fault. It is also often necessary to utilize the findings of a thorough and unbiased accident investigation because the insurance companies conducting the investigations have a financial interest in their findings. Thus, some insurance companies will sometimes go to extraordinary lengths to avoid their responsibility of compensating the victims. If you have suffered an injury or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury or wrongful death, an accident investigation by our team can be the first step in obtaining a successful case resolution.
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How can accident reconstruction help me?
If you are involved in a dispute with an insurance company over fault in a vehicle accident, an accident investigation and reconstruction by our forensic analysts can be a valuable bargaining chip. The evidence collected by our firm can help you obtain fair and just financial compensation for any damages that occurred. By determining the cause of an accident and the way in which it happened, negligence frequently can be determined. Our firm can help you file a legitimate claim against your insurance company or that of the liable party. If liability cannot be determined or you have been found liable in a case, an accident investigation and reconstruction can help absolve you of fault or help determine fault. Contact Locks Law today if you believe you need a qualified forensic analyst to investigate and reconstruct an auto accident that you have been involved in.
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Contact Locks Law to Learn More about Accident Reconstruction
If you would like to schedule a free consultation at our New York, New Jersey, or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania offices, contact our auto and trucking accident attorneys today. The lawyers at Locks Law have obtained significant verdicts and settlements for past clients, and can apply our experience to your case.
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For To schedule a free consultation with one of our New York, New Jersey, or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania auto and trucking accident attorneys, contact Locks Law today.