How to Collect Evidence after a Motorcycle Accident

At the time of a motorcycle accident, things can be hectic with the possibilities of intense injuries or damages to the vehicle. However, if possible there should always be a documentation of the evidence after a motorcycle accident. If you are unsure about how to collect evidence here are a few tips.

When the accident occurs there is a lot of physical evidence that needs to be collected for insurance purposes and if charges could be filed. So, if possible, photos should be taken at the accident. No matter whose fault it was there is an opportunity to have undeniable proof of damages in case you file charges or charges are filed against you.

When taking photos, be sure to have the phones time stamp activated as well to ensure your proof isn’t dismissed. The following images should be photographed -even though they are possibly unsightly, it is important to get all of this information documented for the future.

  • Abrasions, lacerations, or contusions to the injured
  • Damaged clothes, especially if bloodied and torn
  • The incident scene and surrounding area
  • Damaged vehicles included in the accident

After your accident you can file claims against the other vehicles involved in the accident by calling a Dayton Ohio motorcycle accident attorney. The photos you have taken during the accident or the photos you had someone else take are sure to benefit your case.