For a Denver personal injury attorney like me, this is kind of a two-edged sword. I strongly believe people have a right to privacy and not be watched over by cameras that record and store our every move. On the other hand, traffic cameras that capture the details of a car accident a client is involved in can be very helpful in proving liability – and cut down on an at-fault party’s insurance company trying to deny paying you what they owe you.
I think we need to keep a careful watch on how this trend evolves. As like most things, there’s no simple answer. Camera surveillance has pitfalls, but it also can be a useful tool.
Hit and run accidents seem to be on the rise in Denver. If you’ve been injured by a hit-and-run driver, give me a call at (303) 758-4777 or email me by clicking the “Contact Us” tab on our website. Let’s talk – there’s no cost or obligation for our first meeting. You can also find more information on our website at www.dlslawfirm.com/personal-injury-practice-areas.