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VERY IMPORTANT, you shouldn’t apologize for anything at the scene. For example, if you say, “I’m so sorry I ran that red light! Is everyone okay?” you may be admitting legal liability for what happened. Immediately after an accident, it might not be clear who was at fault or more at fault. Moreover, in many states, fault isn’t determinate of which insurer will pay for any loss. Therefore, try not to admit guilt unintentionally or unnecessarily.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER AN ACCIDENT?
When it happens, injuries may be severe and emotions are high. However, there are important things to do at the scene of the accident and soon afterward. Below is a list of things to do after an accident, if possible.
• Stay at the Scene
• Check on All Drivers and Passengers
• Call the Police
• Exchange Information
• Take Pictures
• Talk to Witnesses
• Inform Your Insurance Company
• Keep Track of Your Medical Treatment
• Get a Property Damage Valuation
• Use Caution in Discussing the Incident
• Be Wary of Early Settlement Offers
• Consider Hiring an Attorney
After a life-altering accident, you need a knowledgeable attorney to negotiate with the insurance companies, handle all the legal paperwork, and ensure that you are fully compensated for your injuries, medical bills, and emotional distress. Additionally, the Law Offices of Raymond Perez can help you secure cash advances, repair or replace your damaged vehicle, and get doctor referrals.If anyone was injured in the accident, it’s best to consult an experienced attorney. An attorney can help you MAXIMIZE your recovery if you’re injured or better defend yourself if you’re at fault.