Traffic accidents are extremely confusing events. How they occur, who or what caused them, and why they occurred are facts that police must determine initially. After the police investigation is concluded it is up to each person involved in the accident to determine if the facts and conclusions of the police were correct and how those determinations affect their case. Many times it is advisable to investigate concurrently with the police due to evidence survivability and the adverse effects of weather, traffic, and road conditions.
Your own investigators are able to investigate a traffic accident, independently obtain witness and victim information, determine the cause and fault of an accident. Many times, more information is available pertaining to the accident than the investigating officer had at the scene allowing for a more comprehensive review and determination as to the cause and fault of an accident.
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