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Use of gadgets important to solving vehicular accidents

Often, answering the questions of who, when, where, what, why, and how are important to figuring out how a vehicle crash occurred.

The staple action whenever officers of the law arrive at the scene of a motor accident is the collection of pertinent data, such as street names, the date and time of day the accident occurred, the names of the drivers involved, and more. However, in certain instances, this is not enough and, in order to make sense of how an accident occurred, police will use computers or some form of modern technology to  help deduce what happened.

According to Wisconsin State Patrol Lt. Timothy Huibregste, every aspect of the accident is important, including for example, the road, signs, trees, debris, vehicles, lines in the road, gouge marks, liquids, or tire marks. For instance, tire marks can “determine if the brakes were applied or if a vehicle made a turn in a certain direction.”

In many cases, it can be hard to know exactly who is at fault for your accident. Fortunately, the lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. can help evaluate your situation. Call 800-242-2874 to better understand who may owe you compensation.

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