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Accident reconstruction and how it affects a car accident victim

North Carolina residents never expect they will be involved in a serious car accident. But, unfortunately hundreds of families find themselves in this situation every year. A serious car accident often involves more than one car and serious injuries or even death. In these situations, a crash reconstruction may become necessary.

When a person is seriously injured in a car accident, they can be facing all kinds of unexpected financial hardship. From medical expenses to lost wages, bills may be mounting with no end in sight. Proving fault in a car accident may be difficult and an accident reconstruction may help determine what happened. An accident reconstruction determines how an accident occurred. Accident reconstruction specialists, often trained professionals who use reasoning and physical evidence, recreate the scene of the accident. They investigate, analyze and draw conclusions as to what happened to cause the accident and who is at fault. They use physics, engineering and other science-based skills to aid in their reconstruction. They analyze road surfaces, skid marks, estimate speeds and other data collection. The evidence that they provide can be used in proving fault in the serious car accident.

If a family has been affected by a serious car accident, they may want to speak with a legal professional who is skilled in personal injury. An attorney can help the family work through what happened to cause the accident and who is at fault. Part of proving who is at fault may be using a crash reconstruction. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, funeral expenses, pain and suffering and other damages.

An accident reconstruction can be important in proving fault in a serious car accident and helping to determine what really happened. Families have the legal right to hold negligent drivers responsible for their mistakes.

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