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    The 10 things To Do After An Auto Accident

    Stop

    Never drive away from the scene of an accident, even a minor one.

    CALL THE POLICE

    Even if there are no serious injuries, report accident to the police.

    STAY SAFE

    To prevent further accident, set up flares, keeping your flashers on, etc.

    MAKE AN ACCURATE RECORD

    Tell the investigating officer exactly what happened, to the best of your ability.

    TAKE PICTURES

    You should take pictures of the vehicles if there is visible damage. If you have visible injuries, you should photograph them as well.

    EXCHANGE INFORMATION

    If the police do not respond to the accident, you should obtain the name, address and telephone number of all persons involved in the accident, drivers and passengers alike.

    NOTIFY INSURANCE CARRIER

    Notify your insurance company as soon as possible. Most auto policies require you to report the accident promptly. Find out if your policy includes “medpay” and covers rental car expenses.

    SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION

    Often, injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents are not immediately apparent. Unless you are absolutely certain you were not injured, you should seek medical attention.

    KEEP A FILE

    Keep all your accident-related documents and information together. This information should include a claim number, the claim’s adjuster who is handling the claim, names and phone numbers of all contacts, receipts for a rental car and other expenses incurred as a result of the accident. Also keep an accurate list of the names, addresses and phone numbers of all medical providers that treated you as a result of the accident. Your accident attorney will need the information to obtain the billings and medical records relating to your injuries.

    PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS

    Perhaps the most important thing you should do after an accident is call Collision Law. Our firm can protect your rights and make sure valuable evidence is not destroyed. Often, insurance companies want to your statement immediately after an accident. It is important that you receive legal advice before providing such a statement. Collision Law can advise you on issues ranging from how to make sure you are fully compensated for your vehicle to how to make sure you are getting the best medical treatment available. Collison Law attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no legal fee unless we recover compensation for your injuries.

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    You are in good hands because the professionals at Collision Law are highly trained, experienced and knowledgeable personal injury practitioners.

    Professional

    Our legal team holds to the highest ethical and professional standards in order to promote your best interests and protect our mutual reputations.

    Dedicated

    Collision Law is fiercely loyal and dedicated to our clients cases and we fight hard to achieve the best outcome for all of our auto accident clients.

    Auto Accident Cases Only

    If you’ve been injured in a car or truck accident, you can expect the legal professionals at Collison Law to listen to you, understand your situation and provide you with the highest level of legal service needed to bring your personal injury claims to a speedy and satisfactory conclusion.

    We Fight to Get You the Best Results Every Time

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