How do you win a he said/she said car accident claim?

Is there a good way to win a he said/she said car accident claim? The other driver says that the accident was my fault, but I really think it was hers.

Unfortunately, it can be challenging to determine fault in a car accident. In those cases, it’ll come down to one driver’s word against the other’s. To win a he said/she said car accident case, you’ll need to gather evidence from:
  • The police report. Officers will usually help you file a report after an accident. It should include interviews and images, which may help you determine fault.
  • Each driver’s history. If either driver has a history of at-fault accidents or other pertinent experience, it may be worth mentioning. In he said/she said cases, credibility is very important.
  • Any physical evidence. Collecting images that show damages caused by the other driver can help build your case.
  • Neutral witness statements. It may be worthwhile to gather statements from third parties. If anyone witnessed the accident, the police likely interviewed them for their report.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 28, 2021

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