How a Private Investigator can help you if you are suffering from injury due to an accident

Private Investigator Service for Personal Injury Claims

Frequent types of personal injury claims arise from road traffic accidents, work related incidents, accidents at home and products that prove faulty.

Accidents are by their very nature caused by unforeseen circumstances and can come from out of nowhere but you may be at liberty to claim compensation for personal injury in the event that you do get injured.

Proving someone is else is at fault of negligence for your injury and is not caused by any action taken by yourself is key to your personal injury claim.

The employment of a Private Investigator can aid in your injury claim, removing a lot of the pressure and inconvenience when it comes to gathering the necessary information.

The remit of a Private Investigator at any accident will be to gather as much information as possible and put together a watertight case for you to present to a lawyer or insurance company and he will do this by interviewing witnesses, taking relevant photos and determining exactly what time of day, the date, the weather and the location of where it all took place.

Workplace Accident

When it comes to accidents at work, then an investigator will have additional questions to ask and include; was this incident due to inadequate training, faulty equipment, unstated health hazards or insufficient safety practices.

Other incidents that can lead to possible compensation and personal injury claims are sports related injuries and being exposed to dangerous substances such as asbestos and latex that are found as hazards in work related locations.

This example of one of our cases happened during the night and involved a person on foot at a pedestrian crossing and a car driven by a businessman, our award winning Irvine pedestrian accident lawyer was able to aid the client by attending the scene of the Road Traffic Accident where he discovered a major mitigating factor that had a significant bearing on the matter.

At the scene of the incident he noticed that one of the beacon lights was faulty, meaning that for a short period of time the flashing light sequence did not comply with regulations.

This piece of evidence was presented in court and had a major impact on the case with our client receiving the benefits.

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