For the best chance at a positive outcome, you need a personal injury attorney with experience in Virginia truck cases to draft the spoilation letter. Information that may not seem important could be vital to establishing negligence and showing your injury was specifically caused by the truck accident. A proper spoilation letter can ensure all of the evidence you need is retained, including:

  • Alcohol and drug test results for the driver
  • “Black box” data from the vehicle like speed and how long it had been in motion or sitting idle
  • Cargo details
  • Driver logs
  • Employee records
  • Insurance policy information
  • Photos taken by trucking company employees
  • A truck incident report filled out by the driver
  • Vehicle maintenance schedule details
  • Video from dashcams if available
  • Witness statements


Kevin W. Mottley
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Richmond, VA trial lawyer dedicated to handling brain injuries, car accidents and other serious injury claims
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