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What common mistakes should you avoid after an auto accident?

Although it can be stressful to get into an auto accident, the situation can become even more complicated if you make a few common mistakes after the collision has occurred. Don’t forget to immediately call the police after the accident takes place. You also don’t want to wait too long to follow up with a doctor. In addition, it’s important document the scene, which will be used as evidence to determine who is responsible for the crash.

Calling for help after an accident

Protecting yourself after an accident is necessary to ensure that you aren’t blamed for the collision. Don’t forget to take photos of the crash, which includes all vehicles involved.

Don’t refuse medical attention if the paramedics arrive to the scene of the car accident. If you start to have pain at a later time, it can complicate the process of having your medical bills covered by the other driver’s insurance. It’s also important to avoid waiting too long to call the police to ensure that they can take a look at the scene and file a report, which both insurance companies will review.

Who can you contact for legal assistance?

Contact a personal injury attorney with experience in auto accidents to ensure that you obtain legal representation if you’re seeking compensation for damages or need legal defense. An attorney may review the details of the case to see whether your claim is valid. A legal professional may also work with insurance agencies to obtain larger settlements and ensure that your emotional distress, medical bills or lost wages are covered by the responsible party.

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