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Why you should file a police report after your auto accident

Importance of filing a police report.

After an auto accident, you may feel disoriented and stressed, especially if you sustained injuries. Following a car crash, you must contact 911 or the non-emergency police to have them assist you at the scene of the accident, even if you weren’t seriously injured. Law enforcement will fill out a police report, which is a legal document that can provide an unbiased account of the accident. If you plan to file an insurance claim, this…

Why you should keep a diary after a car accident to support your claim

Keeping a post-accident diary for claims.

Keeping a diary following a car accident can provide a firsthand account of your car crash and how the injuries you sustained in the accident have impacted your life. The diary must be detailed and used often, depending on the severity of your injuries and other factors. Your diary can be used as evidence in your car accident case to increase the value of your damages. What Information Should I Document in My Accident Journal?…

Words to choose carefully at your car collision scene

Choosing words carefully at collision scenes.

A motor vehicle collision can leave an accident victim disoriented and shaken. During the confusing aftermath of a car accident, people often do and say things without thinking, which can harm their legal claim. What you do and say at the scene of an accident and during the insurance claims process can potentially harm your claim and impact your settlement. Because of this, it’s important to know what to avoid saying at the scene of…