At our law firm, we have our very own team of investigators who collect evidence to prove your case. It's not something you'll find at most law firms, and we take great pride in our investigators' hard work to help clients.
The newest member of our investigations team doesn't have two legs but rather has four wheels -- meet the Edgar Snyder & Associates Mobile Investigations Unit, otherwise known as the MIU. It's a state-of-the-art investigations vehicle that allows us to better serve to our clients.
Who knows, you might even spot this 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee on the road. It's equipped with added safety features and extras needed to get our investigators into the field. Once they're out there, they begin documenting your case using the best equipment to collect evidence at the scene of the accident.
With the help of our new mobile investigations unit (MIU), investigators are able to reach the accident scene more swiftly and safely. Our MIU is equipped with 4-wheel drive to compete with all the adverse weather conditions Western Pennsylvania has to offer. The fact that the MIU is easier to spot is also important.
It's not unusual for our investigators to collect evidence in the middle of busy roadways. The MIU's increased visibility is a key factor in allowing our investigators the space and safety they need to complete their jobs. With flashing safety lights and reflective paint, it provides passing vehicles with a clear, distinguishable warning that our investigators are at work. That allows motorists to take the proper driving precautions to keep everyone safe.
We always urge injury victims to call our law firm as soon as possible if they might have a case. Why? Because evidence disappears and witnesses can be hard to track down – roadways are fixed, weather conditions change, and vehicles get repaired. It's crucial that we send out our team of investigators as soon as possible so we don't miss a thing when it comes to proving your case.
Once our investigators arrive, they get right to work examining the accident scene, searching for valuable evidence. Here's a sampling of what they do:
Our investigators collectively have decades of experience assembling the building blocks of injury cases. With their experience and knowledge, the evidence for your case is in good hands. Paul DeStefano, the investigation department's manager, was a Lieutenant with the Pennsylvania State Police for 27 years before joining our law firm. He knows just what's at stake after your accident.
Our legal professionals are available around-the-clock to help if you've been injured in an accident. Don't hesitate to call us any time at 1-866-943-3427. Once we collect the details of your case, we can help you determine your best course of action.
Don't delay if you've been injured in an accident. Accident scenes can change and evidence can be destroyed. Contact our law firm today for the help you deserve.