All across the United States, traffic cameras are become normal fixtures atop traffic light poles. Many drivers fear these cameras, as several of the cameras are used to catch drivers who run red lights. However, this is not the only function that traffic cameras serve.
In some cases, traffic cameras can be used to determine fault in an auto accident. When no other witnesses are around and the guilty party is not readily apparent, officials can use traffic tapes to determine who should get the ticket in an accident.
In other cases, traffic tapes may be used as evidence against at-fault drivers. This is especially helpful when an individual files a personal injury lawsuit against another driver, as this may provide the proof that the individual needs to win his or her case.
When hit by an uninsured driver, an individual may use the tape for similar purposes. Many insurance companies will require individuals to obtain a court ruling before settling with an individual who was hit by an uninsured driver.
Obtaining the tape from a traffic camera may be a difficult task. In most cases, these tapes are public information and are available with a public information request to the local government. Unfortunately, many entities tend to sit on these requests, taking weeks or even months to release the desired information.
An experienced attorney may be able to help you get the videotape quicker, and he or she can also help you fight for compensation in your case. It is important to hire a reputable legal expert to handle your case, as personal injury lawsuits can be difficult to prove.Immobilienmakler Heidelberg Makler Heidelberg
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Source by David S Caldwell