Tips on What NOT to do After a Car Accident
Car Accidents Happen – What Should You Do? Maybe the better question is: What Should You NOT Do?
Most drivers are very likely to be involved in a car crash at least once in their lives. Cars are safer than ever before, fatal crashes have decreased nationally, but even the most cautious and safest drivers among us are at risk. No matter how safe you try to be, you can’t predict or protect yourself from that other driver who runs a red light like it wasn’t even there, and hits your car – just because they thought they needed to send a text message at just that moment.
After you have been in a car accident, there are several things you should do to ensure your own safety and everyone else’s. There are also some things that you should NOT do following a crash. In this and the next few posts, we will talk about five of them. Here they are – check back for the next five posts, when we will explore each of them further.
- Leave the Scene
- Forget to call 911
- Lose Your Cool
- Overlook the Proper Documentation
- Neglect the Aftermath
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