Police officers, interrogators and others forensic scientists have started to test techniques that will hopefully bring a way to screen honesty during an interrogation, a method that might help authorities discover who is really at fault in a car accident.

Our firm’s car accident attorneys know that car crashes can be one of the most stressful and frustrating situations to be in, especially when you must also recover from personal injuries and find that once the pain and suffering is close to the end, you need help paying all the medical bills the hospital has charged to you.

How would you feel if you got into an automobile accident that was not your fault, but the other person in the car accident would not admit there fault in causing the car crash?  Now there is an improved method for determining stories made up about automobile accidents and stories that are truthful during car accidents.

This truth-telling strategy focuses on what people say, not how they act.  Police in other countries have already started utilizing this strategy and it is making its way into interrogations in the United States.  The key to this technique is that people telling the truth have no script to follow and tend to be sloppier in remembering everything that happens in an incident, such as a car accident.

If you were in an automobile accident that was not your fault, you would most likely recall more extraneous details or even make mistakes, while the driver who caused the car crash might lie about remembering everything in clear detail.

Our  auto accident attorneys try and help people who tell the truth when they are not liable for fault in an automobile accident.  Since lying about a car crash may prevent financial loss, such as the lost wages or being let go from a job, many responsible car drivers simply lie!

For all types of auto accidents, honesty is the best policy.

If you were injured and believe that you deserve compensation, then call our bilingual law offices right away at 1-858-551-2090 or click here for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney and find out how we can help you.  We look forward to providing good advice for your case.  There is no fee if no recovery.