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What To Do After A Car Accident
What to do after a car accident? Car Accident Lawyer giving tips on what to do after a car accident. We services the Galveston, League City, Friendswood, Clear Lake, Kemah, Baytown, Dickinson, and Texas City, Texas areas. If you have have suffered personal injuries and need a lawyer, call the Pascoe Law Firm. First and foremost, get medical attention if you need it. Many times after a car accident you feel a little scared, nervous, or little shocked by what has just happened; this is normal. After an accident, adrenaline is pumping through your body due to our natural fight or flight response. The adrenaline might be masking some of the injuries you have suffered due to the car accident, truck accident, or 18 wheeler accident you have just experienced.
First Get Medical Attention After An Auto Accident
Many insurance companies then start to question why you didn't seek medical attention sooner and question if your injuries were really that serious. It is difficult to understand the nature and extent of injuries, especially in the confusing minutes and hours after a car crash. Some conditions may not be obvious for days. This is why our car accident lawyer always advises seeing a doctor or chiropractor immediately after an accident to make sure you are okay and will not have any lingering injuries that might be masked by the adrenaline from the accident. At the Pascoe Law Firm located in League City, Texas, we recommend several other actions after a car accident, but nothing is more important than seeing a doctor. If you do not have health insurance or cannot afford to see a doctor, tell us. In many cases, we are able to advance funds for medical care or write a letter of protection to cover a chiropractic visit.
What to do after a car accident in Galveston, TX?
- Get the names, contact information, and insurance data from the other party in the accident.
- Get the names and contact information of witnesses and what they said.
- Get the names of police officers and ambulance personnel.
- Take pictures. If you cannot, ask a friend or relative to take photos of the scene, the cars involved and your injuries.
- Remember to use your mobile phone camera, if you do not have another camera available.
- Always wait for a police officer to write a police report of the accident
- Get the police reports number.
- Call us to investigate. The Pascoe Law Firm has investigators available immediately to go to auto accident scenes.
- Notify your insurance company.
- Tell them the location of the accident and what happened.
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