Michael Damaso / 04-21-2022 / Truck Accident

How Can Technology Help Your Truck Accident Case?

How Can Technology Help Your Truck Accident Case?Technology is a vital part of just about every aspect of society, and dealing with the aftermath of a truck accident is no exception. Technology can help your truck accident case in many ways, from reconstruction to surveillance footage that may be available to determine the facts of the collision. Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis P.A. has cultivated a broad array of technological tools that support our clients during a truck accident investigation. 

As a reputable Florida truck accident lawyer, we’ve garnered compensation for clients that may not have gotten it otherwise without the proof provided by new technology to help with the aftermath of an accident. 


Types of Technology Used After Florida Truck Accidents

As technology continues to evolve, there are numerous ways that it can be used to support a truck accident claim in Florida. The types of technology may vary depending on the car’s age and the area in which the accident occurred. However, it helps to know some of the more common forms of technology that can be used after a truck accident.

Event Data Recorder

Many newer vehicles have the equivalent of an airplane’s black box recorder, called an event data recorder (EDR). They record everything from speed, braking patterns, and shifts in the truck’s velocity. Sometimes, they record force and point of impact and some audio or video footage, depending on how sophisticated it may be. 

Smartphone Photos/Video

Everyone has a smartphone these days, which can be a helpful form of technology after a Florida truck accident. Traditionally, the only photos snapped after an accident were taken by law enforcement on the scene or insurance adjusters inspecting the vehicles in the days after. However, smartphone technology has made it possible to take your own photos at the scene and provide them to your Florida truck accident lawyer to assist in processing your claim. 

CCTV Surveillance Footage

Another form of technology that can be implemented in your truck accident case is surveillance footage from closed-circuit television (CCTV) monitors found in and around nearby businesses. Traffic cams may also provide pertinent information regarding the collision. The more visual evidence regarding the truck accident, the more effectively it can be used to prove your case. 


How Florida Truck Accident Attorneys Use Technology to Help Your Truck Accident Case

Technology can support your claim after a Florida truck accident by using it in conjunction with evidence gathered at the scene. It might include photo software that helps to zoom in on specific components of the crash or surveillance footage pulled from cameras in the vicinity. Given the availability of many different forms of technology, the options are many when using various components to support your truck accident claim. 

An experienced Florida truck accident lawyer will use the right combination of technological resources to support your claim. The legal team at Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis P.A.  is well-versed in pulling from various areas of technology to harness the options available to support our clients as they take on unethical insurance companies and other drivers attempting to evade accountability after an accident. We take a comprehensive approach to use supportive technology, ensuring that our clients have the best chance of winning compensation when filing a truck accident claim in Florida. 


Work With a Florida Truck Accident Lawyer to Find Out How Technology Can Help Your Case

Working with a highly qualified Florida truck accident lawyer means that you will have at your disposal a wealth of technological resources to support your claim. Wooten, Kimbrough, Damaso & Dennis P.A. has relationships with professionals who have honed their expertise in various technical approaches that support truck accident investigations and make it easier for us to show how an accident happened and who is responsible. 

Reach out today to schedule a free consultation by calling (407) 843-7060. You can also contact us online to learn more. 

Disclaimer: All verdicts and settlements listed here are gross amounts before deductions for attorney fees and costs. Past results do not guarantee similar results in the future. Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result. Before choosing a lawyer, ask for written information about the lawyer's legal qualifications and experience.