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What To Do If You Were Injured In A Car Accident?

What To Do If You Were Injured In A Car Accident? (PDF)


There are steps that you need to take after a car accident in order to ensure your health and legal protection. The most important thing is to call 911 and make sure everyone involved is okay, making sure any needed medical attention is given. After that, we can help you with the next steps to take on your car accident case.

What To Do After The Accident?

  • Seek Medical Attention
  • Report To The Police
  • Report To Your Insurance Company
  • Collect Information At the Scene
  • Don’t Post Nothing On Social Media
  • Contact ATLINJ

Take prompt action after a car accident. Immediately report the incident to the police and your insurance company, and look into hiring a lawyer as soon as possible.

Seek Medical Attention!

When you’re in an accident, your body will release adrenaline to help protect you. This adrenaline can mask injuries for a time. That’s why it’s important to seek medical care as soon as possible if you might be hurt. Our best advice is to listen to your body. Sometimes, a trip to the emergency room is necessary. If you’re in pain after the accident, it’s best to get looked at as soon as possible. You may also see your primary care physician or visit an urgent care clinic without insurance if you need medical attention.

Paramedic placing a cervical collar to an injured woman from car

How We Can Help You?

Car accidents often result in a variety of physical and emotional issues, which require immediate attention. Having a car accident lawyer on your team can make all the difference in the world. A lawyer can guide you through the tough decisions and advocate for you with your insurance company, as well as the other side’s insurance company. If a lawyer takes care of all the paperwork, phone calls, and courtroom appearances, you can focus on recovering from your injuries. Below are some of the ways a car accident lawyer can help you: 

  • Investigate Your Accident
  • Estimate How Much Your Case Worth
  • File a Suit Against The At-Fault Party
  • Deal With The Insurance Company


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