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Things You Should Never Do After a Car Accident

November 5, 2018
Category: Auto Accidents
Tags: auto accident car accident Personal Injury Lawyer

Being in a car accident is a very frightening and stressful experience. In the immediate aftermath, you will most likely be confused and shaken. However, one of the best ways to ensure that you don’t suffer continued stress, is to remain calm. Here are a few things that you need to avoid following an accident.

A damaged vehicle

Don’t Leave The Scene of the Accident

If you’re in a car accident, you will need to speak with the police and file a report. Though you may not want to do that, you have to. It’s highly likely that the other driver will call the police and you don’t want them to tell the police that you fled the scene. This is known as a “Hit and Run” and it is a serious crime.

Call the people you need to call and tell them you’re going to be late. If you need medical attention, the police will make sure that you’re taken care of when you get in touch with them.

Don’t Let the Other Driver’s Insurer Force You to Settle

The insurance company of the other driver may want to speak with you after the accident, but you should politely decline. Their insurance company will most likely try to have you settle for a sum of money that is much less than you deserve for your claim. This is especially important if you are injured during the accident and want to file a personal injury lawsuit.

Don’t Neglect Medical Attention

Even if you feel fine, you may not know whether or not you’re injured at the time of your accident. Some injuries take time to “set in” and can be quite serious if left untreated. Even if you don’t think it’s necessary, make sure you get checked out after your accident. This is going to be especially important if you need to file a personal injury claim later.

Don’t Do This on Your Own

Though you can file your claim on your own, going into this process without the aid of a car accident lawyer can cost you in the long run. Though insurance companies have a duty to honor your claims, they operate as businesses and will do what they can to deny or delay you the compensation you deserve. Talk to a lawyer about your auto accident so that you can get the help you need to succeed.

DRA E-Law is Your Car Accident Lawyer in Baltimore

If you’ve been in a car accident, call on legal help to ensure that you get the compensation that you deserve. DRA E-Law is on your side and will help you navigate insurance claims and personal injury suits alike. Give us a call today at (410) 332-8404 with questions you may have about your situation or fill out the form on our website.

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