While we all want to avoid being in a car accident, these unfortunate events will happen from time to time.
When you’re involved in a car accident there are a few things that you should be aware of to protect yourself from having to pay hefty repair bills or legal fees.
In this blog we will go over a few common car accident questions people ask that will have you prepared for any situation you may come across on the roadways.
If I Get into an Accident, Should I Call the Police?
Even after the smallest accident you should always report the accident to the police. There could be damage to your vehicle or to yourself that is not immediately noticed. It is best to have the police involved especially if the matter escalates and charges are filed.
What Information Should I Exchange with the Other Driver?
After an accident you should gather the following information from the other driver: full name, address, phone number, insurance company, policy number, license plate number and license number.
Being in an accident can take a tremendous toll on your life, from having to deal with any injuries, filing your claim, dealing with your insurance company and more.
You can take away one bit of stress by having all of the pertinent information from the person you’ve been in the accident with, ensuring you are not stuck with any unnecessary fees or legal bills.
Should I Have an Accident Reconstruction Report Done?
When you have been in an accident and things escalate to a point where there may be charges filed, it may be in your best interest to have an accident reconstruction performed.
This can include everything from getting basic vehicle dimensions to stiffness data, force balance analysis and more that will be hard, factual information that you can use to prove you were not at fault for the accident.
If you have unfortunately been in an accident and are in need of an accident reconstruction report to protect yourself, we ask that you call on our team at 4N6XPRT Systems.
Our forensic accident reconstruction software will accurately process information associated with the accident that has been successfully used by civil and criminal attorneys, law enforcement, insurance companies, risk analysts and more. To learn about the services we provide, we ask that you call us today at 1-619-464-3478.