VIDEO TRANSCRIPT: I’m often asked: How can you determine who's at fault for a car accident? It’s very, very important that we be able to conduct our investigation as soon as possible after the accident occurred. Being able to visit the scene is very, very, very critical. Evidence disappears—Sometimes broken taillights, a piece of a bumper. Any of those things, if we can access them and document their position, can help us determine exactly what happened. Skid marks are important. It can tell us who took evasive action and even help us determine how fast someone’s going. You’ve heard the term black box. It’s electronic data that’s contained in your car. Some cars have them, some cars don’t, but if we can get out there quickly, we can determine whether we can access that data, which will tell us a lot—Speed of the vehicle, breaking actions, any evasive maneuvers—very, very important information. It’s important that our team of experts are able to access the scene immediately. Please don’t delay. Come, meet with us today. The consultation is FREE. Visit us at jimforjustice.com or call us at 833-JIMFORJUSTICE.