here are some things, You Should do if you’re in a Car Accident…
Road accident has become very common nowadays because of increasing population, there are many things running in your mind when you are involved in a car accident, after an accident your body is flooded with anxiety and you are in shock and you don’t know what to do whom to contact, so it is important to know how to react in this situation. So that you don’t act impulsively or incorrectly because even a minor accident become a headache, in a car accident many things involve personal injury lawyer, car insurance companies, witnesses and police.
The following are the things you should do after a car accident
The first thing you need to do is check yourself and make sure everyone is ok and you also make sure the driver and passenger of other car are alright, call
helpline number if you things anyone in serious condition doesn’t step out if it is a busy route, turn your hazard lights on and set up something’s to show the oncoming drivers that there has been a car accident.
Safety is a priority, check yourself everyone and if you think anyone in a bad condition or in a serious injury call the helpline, even if there is no serious injury call the police to report the accident, whether it’s a minor or major, it will help you safe your future paperwork, if you need to proceed with a car accident injury claim
Remember some drivers will not wait for the police they will run even they are legally required to do so, take photos of the damages and the other driver’s car license plate before anything is move may prove to be important in winning a case, even the other driver cooperate you will need to have some evidence of the damages, the one smart thing you can do is take a picture of driver with their car which can make it difficult for them to later claim they weren't involved Take photos of the other driver's insurance card for easy reference as well.
Don’t admit the fault even if you think an accident was your fault, either don’t blame another driver. Let the police decide .don't sign anything except the police report, you should also avoid telling the other driver or police that you are fine, simply tell them that you are not fine and you need medical attention at the moment because sometimes you don’t feel any pain at the scene of the crime but after some hours your body starts pumping and you start feeling pain.
Call your insurance company they will tell you what steps you need to take and take details from you to start a property damage claim remember most state laws prohibit insurers from raising premiums for drivers who were not at fault in an accident. And even if an accident is your fault, drivers with a history of good driving may have accident forgiveness, so don't assume your rates will rise after you call your insurance company.