Bruce Jenner of Olympic gold, Keeping Up with the Kardashians and gender transition fame was recently involved in a multi-car accident that left one woman dead. Because the accident resulted in a fatality, investigators are expected to review the cellphone records of all involved to see if distracted driving played any role in the accident.
Unfortunately, law enforcement simply does not have the necessary resources to do the same in every accident especially if a fatality was not involved. But if you hire a lawyer early and distracted driving is suspected, those records can be secured before they are lost. While the actual text message is generally stored for only days, the dates and times of texts are preserved, so it is possible to tell if someone was texting — just not necessarily what they were saying. However, most cell phone providers will not provide this information without a subpoena, and subpoenas are only issued in pending lawsuits.
If you contact one of our award-winning lawyers quickly after your injury accident, we can help you secure critical evidence for your case. Call us toll-free anytime at 866-812-8787 for a free, no-obligation consultation. We only get paid if we recover money for you.
For more information on this issue, click on the links below:
What To Do Following An Accident
How To Select A Personal Injury Attorney
Spoliation of Evidence in Trucking Cases