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Video evidence of your injury may be the smoking gun that wins your case. However, just because a video recording exists of your lawsuit-worthy incident doesn't necessarily mean that you'll always have access to it for your case.
Video recordings can be taken by cell phones, police dashcams, and even private businesses' security cameras. But you'll likely need legal help in order to get access to them.
Here's a brief rundown on how to collect video evidence for your injury case:
After you've been injured, you will want to contact a personal injury attorney to discuss your legal options. He or she will likely inform you that, depending on the location of your injury, there may or may not be evidence of wrongdoing caught on tape.
A few common sources of video evidence include:
Your attorney can help you investigate which of these video sources may be available to you. The next step is to legally get your paws on the video evidence.
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Depending on how cooperative the video-footage holder is being, you may not have to do much. You may need to:
Collecting video for your injury case may take some work, but it can potentially pay off for you in the end. If you have more questions, you'll want to speak with your personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.