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Four Things to do After Being in an Automobile Accident

 

One of the questions that were asked is, “What should I do after being involved in an automobile accident? One is to get the names of any witnesses that may Witte accident to get the name of the person that hit you three simply take out your cell phone and take photographs of the damage survey, the location of the vehicles before you move the vehicles and for always call the police and have a report made to document the accident. Documentation is key to pursuing your claim and will help you very much in the long run. If we can answer any further questions for you with the guard, handling an accident please feel free to call our law on.

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