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What To Do After An Accident

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What Should I Do At The Scene Of The Accident?

Being in an accident can be very stressful. Learn what steps you need to take after an accident now.

  • Check to see whether anyone was injured.
  • Call 911 to request any necessary medical assistance.
  • Remove your vehicle from the road and park it in a secure place, but do not leave the scene.
  • Do not admit fault or disclose your insurance coverage.
  • Contact the police. If necessary, they will dispatch a police officer.
  • Exchange information with those who are involved.
  • Request roadside help if your car won’t start.

What Information Should You Collect?


  • All vehicle occupants, as well as their names, phone numbers, mailing addresses, and email addresses.
  • Location of the incident.
  • Information about the incident, including photographs of the scene and all vehicles involved, as well as their tag numbers.
  • Detailed information about your insurance coverage from others who were involved: company name, policy number, and phone number.

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Act now for a free consultation from our top-rated legal  team to discuss any rights or compensation that you may be entitled.

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Car Accidents

In Texas, speeding, failing to yield, driving while intoxicated, following too closely, and running red lights and stop signs are all factors in many accidents.

Avoid An Accident

 
  • Reduce your speed and adjust to the situation.
  • Drive safely and responsibly: yield to other drivers and be polite.
  • Maintain a safe distance between you and the vehicle ahead or behind you.
  • Before crossing an intersection, look both ways.
  • Signal each turn and lane change.
  • Stop at red lights and stop signs.
  • If you’ve had a drink, don’t get in your car.

What To Do After An Accident

 
  1. Check for injuries. If anybody is injured, assist them.
  2. Exchange names, addresses, phone numbers, vehicle identification numbers, vehicle license plate numbers, insurance information, and driver license information once your vehicle is out of the roadway.
  3. Note the site of the accident and collect any names, addresses, and phone numbers of witnesses. Set up flares or raise your hood if the vehicles are immobile.

When To Call Police

 

Always call the police when:

  • an injury or fatality is involved,
  • the vehicles cannot be moved,
  • you suspect one of the drivers is intoxicated,
  • one of the drivers has no insurance, or
  • one of the drivers leaves the scene.

When To Move Your Vehicle

 

Don’t delay moving your automobile if no one is injured in a collision. If you can drive the vehicle, the law states that you must take it out of traffic flow.

If you damage a car, stop and exchange information. If someone is injured, help them and report the incident to law enforcement. If you collide with an unoccupied vehicle, look for the driver or leave a note stating what occurred. If you don’t own the car you’re driving, you must include both the owner’s name and address.

Auto Insurance

 

In Texas, drivers are required to have basic liability coverage. If you don’t have automobile insurance, you could face a fine of up to $350 (or more if you’ve previously been fined for lack of insurance). Be prepared to show your insurance card if an officer asks for it, as well as notify your insurance provider about the accident immediately.

No Upfront Fees! You Don’t Pay Unless We Win!

 

Wait a minute. The fact is that every attorney will cost you, but almost all personal injury attorneys operate on a contingency fee basis. This means they get paid based on the money they obtain for you as a settlement. As a result, if they do not bring you a settlement or judgment, you are not required to pay anything!

Even better, most will speak with you for free during a case evaluation. Make an appointment to see an experienced Texas accident attorneys to talk about any settlement offers you’ve been given and find out about your rights under current state law.

When you look for an attorney, cost should not be a deciding factor. It also implies that after your accident, you should absolutely speak to a vehicle accident attorney. You have nothing to lose and potentially much to gain by speaking with one.

Speak To Accident Attorneys Of Texas Today

 

Give the vehicle accident attorneys at Accident Attorneys Of Texas a call right now if you were involved in a vehicle accident in Texas. It will cost you nothing to talk with one of our representatives, and we are prepared to go through each of your legal rights with you in order to ensure that you understand them thoroughly.

Our team is here to help you. We’ll fight tirelessly on your behalf, working to ensure that you receive the compensation you are owed. Don’t put your faith in an insurance company; rely on Accident Attorneys Of Texas instead. 

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The Time to Act is Now 

 

Act now for a free consultation from our top-rated legal  team to discuss any rights or compensation that you may be entitled.

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