You have heard the old saying, "a picture is worth a thousand words." Well, when it comes to establishing property damages in a court of law, a picture is the most relied upon the type of evidence used by lawyers. Police officers know the importance of preserving evidence of an automobile collision, but often fail to do a thorough job. Even when they do obtain photographs, they don't always confirm the quality of the photographs --- and sometimes they simply lose them. The best way to preserve such evidence and damages to your (and their vehicle) is for you or someone with you to snap as many photos as are required to get all the damages identified. Don't overlook debris on the road and skid marks, since that is important evidence as well.
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