If you are involved in a bus accident, it is important to gather evidence as soon as possible. This evidence can be used to help prove your case and get the compensation you deserve. Read on to learn some of the things you should collect.
Evidence to Gather After a Bus Accident
It is in your best interest to collect the following pieces of evidence after being involved in a bus accident:
- Contact information of any witnesses who were at the scene, including their names and phone numbers.
- Photos of the scene that capture any details of the accident, such as vehicle damage, skid marks, or debris.
- Copies of any medical reports related to your injuries from the bus accident.
- Police reports from the bus crash, if available.
- Any evidence related to negligence from the bus driver or operator (such as a history of speeding tickets).
- Records of lost wages due to time away from work resulting from your injury.
- A copy of all bills related to your medical treatment for your injury caused by the bus accident.
- Copies of emails or other correspondence between you and the bus operator or driver regarding the incident.
- Any other evidence that may help prove your case in court.
An Attorney from Briggle & Polan, PLLC Can Help
By gathering all of this evidence, you will have a better chance of getting fair compensation for your injuries. It is important to contact an experienced bus accident lawyer who can help you navigate the process and protect your rights throughout your case. They can also provide further advice on what evidence may be important to collect in order to secure a successful outcome.
You should always make sure that any evidence collected is stored safely and securely so that it cannot be tampered with or lost before being used in court. An experienced lawyer can also advise you on how best to store and handle any of the documents related to your case.
Furthermore, if you have any questions or concerns about your legal rights following a bus accident, you should contact a lawyer from our team straight away for advice and assistance. We can review the facts of your case and provide guidance on the best course of action to take in order to get the compensation you deserve.
Call the skilled attorneys at our firm today at (512) 400-3278 or fill out the online contact form to learn more about your legal options.