What to do in case of an accident
- Try to keep calm – Do whatever is necessary to protect your family members or passengers and your property.
- Do not admit any responsibility at the accident scene or blame anyone else. Do not discuss the scope of your insurance coverage.
- Do not leave the scene of an accident.
- Always notify law enforcement if there are any injuries, death or significant property damage related to an auto accident. Cooperate with law enforcement officials.
- Record the name, address, and phone numbers of any witnesses, e.g., anyone who saw the accident but was not involved in it.
- Note the date, time, and location of the accident. Record details like cross streets and lane configurations.
- Report all theft and vandalism losses to the police.
- Report all losses to your insurance company promptly.
OBTAIN AND RECORD INFORMATION
- Regarding Other Vehicles
- Owner name and address
- Make, model, and year of automobile.
- License plate or tag number and state.
- Damage to other vehicles.
- Regarding Other Drivers, Passengers, and Pedestrians
- Telephone Numbers
- Date of birth and gender
- Drivers license numbers and state
- Insurance company name and policy number
- Seek information from police regarding injured parties, names, addresses, dates of birth, gender, and extent of injuries.
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