The Law Office of Scott Kinsel P.C. Is Investigating 18 Wheeler and Trucking Accidents in Texas

May 10, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott Kinsel P.C. are currently investigating 18 wheeler wrecks and trucking accidents in the State of Texas because there has been a steady rise in these terrible events nationwide because crash data and evidence are not preserved, analyzed and utilized effectively to make our roadways safer.

Evidence collection is critical after an 18-wheeler accident. Investigators and law enforcement are trained to take necessary actions to collect the right evidence. Often times, however, they don't, which is why Attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott Kinsel P.C. are currently investigating trucking accidents. It does not just require collecting the evidence but collecting it as fast as possible before any of the evidence disappears. It is important to recover this evidence before memories fade, witnesses become unavailable, evidence disappears, and road conditions change.

The first evidence collected from the 18 wheeler wreck is the black box, found in the truck along with the driver's logbook. Most truck drivers fill in their logs falsely without writing the truth about their driving timings, but there are ways of revealing the truth.

When the evidence is preserved, law enforcement and regulatory authorities can use it to evaluate these terrible accidents and improve roadway safety. Also, this evidence allows personal injury attorneys to fully develop the victims' claims should they need to file a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit and pursue litigation.

These accidents are the cause for terrible injury and wrongful death, which usually, leave many injured and lives lost. Because of this, it is imperative that law enforcement,personal injury attorneys and investigators gather all relevant evidence and preserve it until the claim is resolved. Additionally, this evidence will allow those involved and the authorities to better understand these terrible accidents and hopefully reduce their frequency.