In a slip and fall personal injury claim, what kind of photographic evidence is useful?

Photographs can serve as a very powerful form of evidence in a slip and fall personal injury claim. They can reveal important information, and supply jurors with physical evidence that they can hold and observe. Pictures of the scene of the accident can help explain how an accident occurred, and who may have been responsible for it.

In a slip and fall accident, one should take pictures of the scene of the accident from many different angles and viewpoints. There should also be photographs taken of the injuries suffered by the plaintiff and anyone else who was a victim of the accident. Such injuries can include cuts, scrapes and bruises.

Furthermore, particularly in a slip and fall accident, one should take photographs of the condition of the property, such as any wet or slippery areas. It would also be helpful to take pictures of any clothing or footwear that became wet, thereby suggesting that the surface was wet or slippery. Moreover, if the plaintiff tripped on a pavement that was uneven, the condition of the shoe may provide evidence of having been torn.

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