Car accidents happen frequently. If you get in a car accident, the first thing you should do is call the police. They will file a report if one of the cars involved is not driveable or if anyone requires emergency medical treatment. You should get each other’s contact and insurance information right after the accident. If there is a dispute over who caused the crash, the policy can help.

It can take time for injuries such as whiplash to show up after an accident. You should seek immediate medical treatment as quickly as possible after an accident. You may get a rental car to use while your vehicle gets fixed, depending on your insurance coverage.

If the other driver’s insurance company asks you to sign something, talk to your lawyer before signing. Collect information about the person calling if anyone contacts you from the other insurance company. Answer questions calmly and politely, but do not allow them to record the conversation. You determine fault through an agreement with the other driver or their insurance company.

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