Car accidents happen every single day. According to the Alabama Department of Transportation, there can be more than 120,000 car crashes in a single year. If you are in an accident, hopefully you will only need to have your car repaired. Unfortunately, many accidents involve injuries, or even the death of a loved one. That’s why it’s smart to be prepared for whatever may happen.
Immediately following a car wreck, you may be shaken and upset, which is completely understandable. Have a plan in place so that you know what to do—and what not to do.
As a result of your auto accident, you may face medical bills, co-pays, and time off of work through no fault of your own. Most insurance companies will not voluntarily repay you for all of your losses, and it’s up to you to collect and safeguard the important information you need to be reimbursed or compensated.
Having handled Alabama auto accident cases for decades, Cory Watson Attorneys has identified common needs and requests of our clients. One of our most popular requests was for a tip sheet that provides step-by-step instructions to follow after a car accident. We created this guide to make sure you have all of the information you need to after you are involved in a car accident.
Specifically, we answer these five questions:
- Why is it important to get proper medical treatment?
- What notes, photos, and videos should be taken?
- What information should be collected?
- Whose information will be important later?
- How should important information be safeguarded?
Click here to get your free Alabama Car Accident Tip Sheet.
Experienced Alabama Car Accident Lawyers
We know you will probably have questions after a car accident that can’t be answered on the web. If you or a loved one were injured in an Alabama car accident, Cory Watson Attorneys wants to help. Call (877) 562-0000 or complete our online form for a free, no-obligation case review today. We’re available 24/7 to talk about your case, so don’t wait to get the experienced representation you deserve. Contact us now.