What to Do After a Vehicle Collision

Sooner or later, virtually every driver becomes involved in an accident with their vehicle. Collisions are emotionally draining, even when they are minor. If you are involved in one, it's important to remember the following tips.

If you are uninjured, the most important thing to do is check to see if anyone else in your vehicle is hurt and to call for emergency help if they are. Following this step, make sure your vehicle and those of the other motorists involved can be moved to a secure place, such as the side of the road, to exchange information safely and to await police.

Exchange information with the other motorists involved, including the name of your insurance carrier, driver's licenses numbers, phone numbers, etc. Make sure you document everything fully. Contact your insurance carrier to start the repair process. Above all, remain calm and try to think clearly.



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