Accidents happen every day, and they are never expected. No matter whose fault it was or wasn’t, the unexpected always creates chaos, but with the advancement of technologies such as smartphones, everything a person needs is right at their fingertips.
Phone applications, or apps, have grown heavily in popularity over the past years. According to a study from WMPoweruser released on
These legal apps are found on iTunes for iPhone users and the
The App features a camera, text recorder and a video recorder, so all the basic information can be recorded. The FAQ section presents vital information for the proper procedures to follow in an accident. This is especially important if the driver has never been in an accident before and don’t know the proper protocol to follow.
The GPS locator will allow a user to record the traffic patterns and driving conditions surrounding the scene of the accident.
The App is prepared with forms that will help in collecting information from any witnesses, passengers or other drivers. During an auto accident, it is important for an individual to get accounts of the event as soon as possible so details aren’t forgotten. Without the App or use of any other data input tool, information is likely to be forgotten in the chaos of the event. The format will allow a user to collect the information that will benefit the lawyer that is eventually retained.
The DUI side of the App was designed by Umansky Law Firm to help individuals that have been charged with a DUI/DWI. On the app, there are features that instruct the user on how to avoid being arrested and provide forms and information that can be used by their lawyer. There is a BAC monitor included, but it is only to be used as an estimate, and should never be used to determine one’s legal sobriety.
The information on the DUI App is directed towards assisting the user to understanding and appropriating for the DUI. Though the law firm is located in
The application can be seen here for iPhones and here for the Android market.
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