With multiple victims of the recent Pensacola High School bus rollover accident as new clients, The Michles & Booth Investigation Team has already begun collecting evidence to build their clients’ cases. Pictured here is one Michles & Booth staff investigator with evidence obtained at the scene of the accident.
At the scene of the accident, photographs were obtained of the skid marks left by the Mack dump drunk that skidded through the intersection of Pace and Jordan Street before colliding with and knocking over the school bus on the afternoon of August 27, 2015. Both the length and stop-start nature of the tracks is important evidence, as are witness statements which were obtained from those who were present at the crash site and those who saw and spoke to the drivers involved immediately after the accident.
Michles & Booth is fully equipped to investigate and represent victims of accidents like this one, as is shown by their quick response and gathering of important evidence to advance their clients’ cases. If you or a loved one needs legal advice about how to protect your rights regarding this or another motor-vehicle accident, the attorneys at Michles & Booth can help. Call today to set up a free consultation.