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What If I Didn’t Take Pictures at the Scene of the Accident?

If you were not able to take pictures after your accident, you should not worry. Though photographs can be helpful in determining guilt and the extent of damage in a car accident case, they are not the only kind of evidence that can be presented. Other evidence can be used, such as witness testimony, for example. Eyewitnesses can usually pinpoint the action that caused the accident, which can help the court decide who is at fault.

Whether or not you have photographs from the scene of the accident, a knowledgeable Wisconsin car accident lawyer from Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. could be able to help you receive financial compensation for medical bills, property repair costs, or pain and suffering related to the accident. Call us today at 800-242-2874 to discuss your case.

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