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Crash Scene Photography

This article is courtesy of Acuity Insurance

If you’re ever involved in a crash, getting useful crash scene photos could be the key that turns a bad day, into a better day.


  • Take pictures of where the vehicles were left.
  • Try to work in a landmark like a power pole, bridge, or road sign.
  • Start taking a picture of the full accident scene at 50 feet away, then move closer in intervals of 10 feet.
  • Zero in on the impact areas for all vehicles involved.
  • Take pictures on all sides of vehicles to identify any pre-existing or abnormal damage.
  • Take pictures of skid marks in the road starting 50 feet away and moving in.
  • Photograph any detached parts that may be laying at the impact point (e.g., fenders, glass, plastic).
  • Take a picture of any debris in the roadway that may have caused the accident.
  • Pictures should focus on the physical damage at the scene.

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