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Installing a dash cam to protect yourself

When it comes to motor vehicle collisions, there are a number of considerations to bear in mind. Aside from the different risks associated with driving, there are other challenges that some people who are involved in a car crash have to work through. For example, someone may be falsely accused of causing a motor vehicle wreck, in which case having a dash cam that recorded footage of the crash could be very helpful. If you are thinking about installing a dash cam in your vehicle, you should make sure that you properly and carefully set up the camera.

There are many different factors that can come into play with regard to legal action over traffic collisions. Sometimes, these cases involve one driver's word against another's and it can be difficult for courts to determine who is telling the truth. Moreover, certain details of a crash can become difficult to recall and there may be seemingly minor aspects of a collision that are caught on tape and have the potential to change the outcome of a case.

Remembering every detail of a car crash can be tough, especially for someone who was hurt or terrified at the time of the accident. After a wreck, a victim may be very stressed out and in shock, which adversely affects their memory. Fortunately, video evidence can prove what took place and help those involved recall various details of the incident. Our personal injury section goes over other topics that offer insight for people who were hurt in a motor vehicle collision.

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