If You've Been Injured

In the seconds and minutes after a crash, it's natural to feel shocked and disoriented. If you are injured, your first priority is to get to the hospital. Call 911 for an ambulance.

Move Your Car Away From Traffic

If you are able to move your vehicle to the side of the road and turn on your hazards, do so to prevent additional accidents. Flares or cones can also help other passing vehicles to drive with caution.

Gather Information

If you don't seem to be obviously injured, document the scene as best as possible. Talk to witnesses, and take pictures of the crash with your cellphone or other camera. Get the other driver's contact and insurance information.

Call The Police

The police will need to file a report about the accident. Don't take responsibility for the crash. Even if you think it was your fault, there may have been other factors at play that contributed to what happened.

Talk To Your Insurance Company

Call your insurer to initiate a claim. Don't accept any offers from an insurance company, however, until you speak with a lawyer. Their first offer is likely to be low.

Call A Lawyer

Wondering if you should file a personal injury lawsuit? We can provide the perspective you need during your free initial consultation. Call our Doylestown office today at 267-454-6594 local or 866-214-3323 toll free to schedule your appointment. You can also reach us online.