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How to Gather Evidence After an Auto Crash in St. Louis


After a car accident, take photos of the scene, exchange info with the other driver, get witness contacts, seek medical attention, and speak with an attorney. Experiencing a car accident can be overwhelming, but knowing how to gather evidence afterward is crucial, especially in St. Louis. At The Hoffmann Law Firm, with over 25 years … Read more

Updated: November 13, 2023

What Is Demonstrative Evidence in a Car Wreck?


An experienced St. Louis car accident attorney can help you gather demonstrative evidence to build a strong case. Concrete evidence plays a crucial role in establishing the validity of an auto insurance claim. Although memories may serve as evidence, they carry little weight in the claims process. Even a compelling witness testimony may not be … Read more

Updated: May 2, 2023

4 Common Mistakes When Collecting or Handling Car Accident Evidence

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If you have been in a car accident and are looking for a car accident attorney to help you pursue your claim, we can evaluate your case for free! Whether it’s waiting too long before visiting the accident scene or not interviewing witnesses soon enough, there are several common mistakes that are made when collecting … Read more

Updated: October 27, 2022

“Can a Lawyer Get Footage of a Car Accident?”

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Video recordings have a significant value in legal claims and are often used to decide cases. When it comes to car accidents, time is of the utmost essence. Today, cameras are everywhere. From red lights to ATMs to privately owned businesses, these little eyes are everywhere, and anything and everything gets recorded. However, that does … Read more

Updated: December 28, 2020

Documents to Share with Your St. Louis Car Accident Lawyer

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The Association for Safe International Road Travel reports that car accidents are responsible for injuries, disability, or death of more than 2.35 million individuals in the United States annually. If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident, and have sustained injuries as well as damages to your vehicle, then you … Read more

Updated: October 30, 2020