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Skip to main content fellow personal injury law blogger, Ray Runyon, in Nashville, Tennessee, provides a great idea for personal injury attorneys (and their clients) in his blog today.

Google Earth allows a user to input an address anywhere in the world and then “zoom in” to get a closer view and a real photograph of an accident scene. It can also be used, like Mapquest, to get directions.

This service is free, so the cost of obtaining an aerial photograph, even for a small case, is no longer an issue.

We’ll be using those here at my firm in our next arbitration… Who, after all, would question the admissibility of anything Google?

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