HELPFUL TIPS IF YOU HAVE BEEN IN AN ACCIDENT
- Check for injuries: The first thing you should do is check yourself and others for injuries. If anyone is hurt, call an ambulance immediately.
- Move to a safe place: If possible, move your car to a safe location away from traffic. This will help prevent any further accidents or injuries.
- Call the police: Call the police and report the accident, even if it’s a minor one. The police will create an accident report that will be useful for insurance purposes.
- Exchange information: Exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver involved in the accident. You’ll need their name, phone number, license plate number, and insurance information.
- Take photos: Take photos of the accident scene, including the damage to both cars and any injuries you or others sustained. These photos can be used as evidence for insurance claims.
- Notify your insurance company: Contact your insurance company as soon as possible to report the accident and provide them with the details of the incident.
- Don’t admit fault: Don’t admit fault or apologize for the accident, as this can be used against you in insurance negotiations.
- Seek medical attention: Even if you feel fine, it’s a good idea to get checked out by at the local emergency room & doctor to ensure there are no underlying injuries.
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