The Importance of Accident Reconstruction in Truck Wrecks
At the Law Firm of Paul A. Casi II, our lawyers know that getting compensation in a trucking accident case depends on proving that negligence took place. Proving this is not easy, especially if the victim suffered a serious injury or wrongful death and is unable to provide information about events leading up to the accident. In every trucking accident case, we immediately bring in accident reconstruction experts to help us gather the facts and prove that the accident was caused by negligence.
Immediate Action is Critical
We will take immediate action. If you or someone you love has been injured from a truck accident, contact us immediately. The sooner we are contacted the more evidence we can gather in support of your case. The unfortunate reality is that critical evidence disappears with the passage of time. Tire marks that may be crucial to understanding the placement of the vehicles on the roadway may fade away. Debris that could show the area of impact may be cleaned up. Witnesses’ memories may fade. Documents may disappear from the trucking company. We make certain that all of the facts are gathered so that an accident reconstruction expert and truck safety expert can work with them to help us build a strong case.
What Does an Accident Reconstructionist Do?
These experts reconstruct an accident so that its cause can be determined. They use illustrations, animations, simulations, models and other methods to show exactly what happened and how it could have been prevented.
While images of smashed vehicles and the harm the victims suffered demonstrate the severity of the accident, they don’t show who was at fault. An accident reconstructionist is able to provide expert testimony on why and how the accident occurred.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation
Call us at 502-584-0404 or contact us to schedule a free consultation with an experienced attorney at our firm. We serve clients in Louisville and throughout Kentucky.
All truck accident cases are handled on a contingency basis.