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Photo Document

Posted by Chuck Conrad | Apr 15, 2019

It is important to take pictures of the accident scene. Try to do this as soon as possible.

You want pictures of skid marks and road debris.

Take pictures of your bike. If you can, take pictures of the car which hit you.

Take pictures of bruises. They will fade with time so it is important to take them while they will show up in a picture.

Take pictures when you are in bed at the emergency room.

It is important to photograph anything that may be relevant.

When you are injured, you want to preserve the evidence through photographs.

You cannot have too many pictures.

Often times the EMT responders will cut our clothes off. Be sure to keep these. Keep your helmet.

Ride Safe!

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Chuck Conrad

“My riding buddies call me Chuck. I am a member of the Lone Wolf H.O.G. Chapter in Spokane, WA. I am an Army vet and I ride a 2013 Street Glide called “Gorgeous.” Riding is my passion and my freedom. If you are in need of a workers compensation lawyer, it would b...

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