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Will you remember to do these things after a car accident?

If you spend any amount of time on the road, it's safe to assume that you've come across at least one motor vehicle accident. At that point, you probably took some time to think about what you would do if you were in that situation.

It's important to have a plan of action, just in case you find yourself involved in a car accident in the future. Here are some steps you should absolutely take:

  • Move your vehicle to safety if you are able to do so
  • Check both yourself and your passengers for injuries
  • Call 911 to request that police and an ambulance come to the scene
  • Wait for help to arrive before you do anything, especially if you have suffered an injury
  • Exchange information with the other driver or drivers
  • Make notes regarding the accident, which may include taking photos of the scene
  • File a claim with your insurance company
  • Follow the advice of your medical team

It goes without saying that some car accidents are major and others are nothing more than minor fender benders. If you find yourself injured in an accident, you don't want to concern yourself with anything but your health and well-being.

Once you're stable and have an idea of the type of treatment you require, you can then turn your attention to the cause of the accident, who was at fault and how to best protect your legal rights. Depending on the circumstances, such as if the other person was texting or speeding, you may be able to take legal action with hopes of receiving compensation.

Source: Allstate, "?What To Do After A Car Accident: A Step-by-Step Guide," accessed May 02, 2018

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