How to prove another driver was speeding
You are a careful and cautious driver. You do not take chances with your safety or those of your passengers and fellow drivers. The same cannot be said about other people on the road. And if you have been injured in a crash with a reckless driver, you are entitled to compensation.
Speeding is one of the most common causes of accidents. Speed limits are designed to reduce such risks. If the other driver ignored the speed limit and caused an accident, then they must be held accountable. To get compensation, your lawyer must prove their case. That is, they must prove that the other driver was speeding, and that speeding is what caused the accident.
You have a role in building up this case. If the accident left you rattled but still mobile and conscious, you can take positive steps to gather evidence.
You should speak to people who witnessed the accident. You can ask for permission to record their statements on your cell phone. You should also remember to take down their contact information before leaving the scene. You should also take photographs of the accident. Photos can sometimes prove that the other person was driving at an excessive speed.
Your lawyer will also have a role to play. They will bring in private investigators who can recover surveillance footage from the accident scene. There may be video evidence of the crash, which can prove the veracity of your claim. Your attorney can contact the owners of the homes and businesses near the crash site to get access to such videos. A professional investigator may also be able to track down witnesses who captured the crash on their cell phones.