There are many parts to investigating your auto accident claim, which includes getting information from digital electronic devices. Often we find evidence on security cameras, cell phones, and computers. Your car probably has a box that stores information that can help or hurt your auto accident claim. Click here for more information about how this can relate to your auto accident claim. https://joepatton.com/auto-claims/blackbox/ Your own digital camera and your photos can be used in your case to gather information, even your Fitbit or smartwatch.
By the way, you probably don’t want to be posting to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, or other social media after your accident as these sources of electronic and relevant comments can be used against you in your claim. Even your email can be pulled into your auto accident claim. Yes, we like to think of our posts and emails as private, but these sources can be used in court. Think of the internet as a billboard. If you would not want your words posted on a giant advertisement for everyone to see, don’t put it on the internet.
Some of this information can be found before you file a lawsuit, all of it can be obtained usually with a subpoena after we file a lawsuit.
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