Low Speed impacts are generally considered to be those that take place at speeds under 10 mph. There's often little, if any, visible damage done to the rear of the motor vehicle impacted. However, those who are struck can have…
Spoliation of evidence can be the silent killer in claims and litigation!!
Adding a visual component to your case makes simplicity effective
We’ve all heard the expression “a picture is worth a thousand words”. How many words then is an animation worth? Let’s do the math. The typical animation has 15 to 20 frames a second. 6 to 8 seconds is all it takes to animate an average accident. If you multiply 6 by 15 by a thousand, you get a six second animation is equal to a 90,000 word report. At 500 words a page, that’s the equivalent of a 180 page report. Now obviously, there’s nothing scientific about the 1000 words, it comes from an old saying. But, it may be hitting pretty close to the mark.
Try and describe an accident. Can you do it without your hands? It is possible. But it certainly is a lot more difficult, takes much more time and probably isn’t nearly as effective. There’s an old joke that says the only way to get a fighter pilot to shut up is to break both his hands. They can’t describe a dogfight without the use of their hands.
Memorial Day Weekend is the official kickoff for the summertime travel season. Over 39 million Americans expect to travel more than 50 miles from home. Having such a large influx of vehicles on the road combined with construction, and distracted/impaired drivers, this Memorial Day Weekend is primed to be a messy one on the roads.