In most newer cars and trucks, manufacturers have been installing power control modules that act as data recorders. These function much like a black box on an airplane: They record speeds and other vehicle functions at all times. When a vehicle is involved in an accident, the information can be extracted from these data recorders. The information can then be examined and may be used to support a plaintiff's claim that another driver was at fault for the accident.
Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, is a highly respected personal injury law firm that has been handling car accident cases for more than 60 years. We utilize all available technology when structuring a personal injury lawsuit, including the in-vehicle data recorders. Our firm enlists the help of experts whenever necessary to ensure that the information is being properly utilized to our client's advantage. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about how our firm can help you with your car accident case.
Use Of Data Recorders At Trial
Once the information from the data recorder has been properly analyzed, we can present the information at trial, if the matter did not settle out of court. We are aggressive litigators who are dedicated to standing up for our clients and are able to articulate the information from the data recorder. By thoroughly explaining to the judge and/or jury what was recorded, we can dispel any claims being made by the defense, such as the car was going at a different speed at the time of the accident or that there was a mechanical failure that resulted in the accident.
Contact A Queens Attorney To Discuss Car And Truck Data Recorders
To learn more about this interesting piece of technology and how we may be able to use it to your advantage, contact a New York car accident lawyer at our firm by calling 866-679-2513 or 718-577-2573. Futterman, Sirotkin & Seinfeld, LLP, offers free initial consultations and operates three offices for our clients' convenience.