5 Types of Evidence that Can Solidify a Slip-And-Fall Case and Help Civil Lawyers Get Proper Compensation for Their Clients

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5 Types of Evidence that Can Solidify a Slip-And-Fall Case and Help Civil Lawyers Get Proper Compensation for Their Clients

Slip-and-fall accidents can lead to serious injuries. You can help people get proper compensation to cover their medical expenses and losses from the accident. But to do that, you need strong evidence to prove the negligence of the other party. Generally, lawyers don’t have enough time to do in-depth research. This is why they turn to investigation services to help gather evidence for them. Here are some types of evidence that can help you solidify your client’s slip and fall case.

Photos And Videos Of The Location

Most commercial and private buildings have surveillance cameras that record the premises 24/7. You can request a copy of the footage to use as evidence in court. On the other hand, you can work with accident investigators who can take time-stamped photos of the slip-and-fall site to help you make a strong case. Investigators can also thoroughly inspect the accident site to determine the cause of the slip.

Maintenance Logs

If the slip occurred on a commercial property, investigation services could find evidence of neglect from the owners. Moreover, they can also look at maintenance logs to determine whether the building is up to code. If the building isn’t up to code, it’ll help you get a good settlement for your client before the case goes on trial.

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Investigation services can find credible witnesses to solidify the case. Witness testimony is powerful in helping the judges rule in your client’s favor. It also makes it easier for you to ask for higher compensation for your client.

Medical Bills And Records

If the medical records state that your client has sustained serious injuries due to the slip leading to huge medical bills and lost time at work, you can use the records as tangible evidence for your case.

Expert Witness Testimonies

Expert witnesses such as building engineers, inspectors, and other knowledgeable professionals can weigh in on your client’s case and help determine whether the accident was due to a code violation. If so, then the insurance company is bound to compensate your client.

KECK Investigation Services, LLC is Your Go-To Company for Slip And Fall Cases

Keck Investigation Service, LLC provides accident investigation services in Pasco, Hernando, and Pinellas Counties. Our accident specialists thoroughly investigate slip and fall incidents to acquire solid evidence to help you get better settlements for your clients.

We also assess the harm, financial obligation, and liability to help you develop a plan for your case. Additionally, we provide our services for infidelity and child custody investigations. To schedule a free consultation and learn more, get in touch with us right away!