With a profit of over $117 million in just three years, GoPro cameras have been successful in the world of extreme sporting and championed by X Games athletes and other daredevil athletes all around the world. Not everyone is as adventurous in their day-to-day life, leaving the question: are GoPro cameras just a fad, or can normal people use them too? Though not everyone can consider themselves an adventure seekers like X Games athletes, but here at Ashley Injury Lawyers, we have come to realize that GoPro cameras are incredibly invaluable for another reason: they can quickly dispel or affirm the negligence of another party proving them guilty in an accident.
GoPro and Your Personal Injury Claim
Over the past few years, more practical uses for the GoPro cameras have come to light. In the Roseville area, we have noticed more and more cyclists attaching GoPro cameras to their helmets, in order to record any bicycle accidents they may potentially fall victim to. When these bicyclists film their rides, they can often identify the license number of a car that might try to pull a hit-and-run, or provide accurate footage of what exactly happened to cause a crash. This helps avoid the “it’s my word against his word” dilemma that many people tend to face when filing their accident injury claim.
When you file a personal injury claim with Ashley Injury Lawyers, it’s extremely vital to your case that you have some sort of representation of the actions of both parties during the accident. In most cases, attorneys will appoint an “Accident Reconstruction Specialist” to determine the scenario of how the collision occurred. With GoPro footage, you are able to see firsthand what happened. See? GoPro’s cameras are not just for the X Games, you can make use out of yours, too.
If you have been injured in an accident due to the carelessness of another party on the road, call the Roseville Attorneys of Ashley Injury Lawyers today at 888-ASHLEY-911 We work extremely hard to help you win your case and get the compensation you are entitled to.