When you get into a car accident, car Insurance companies often work quickly in the hours after you make accident. They contact you and get a statement.
There are a four steps you may want to take in order to help you. And follow the law and to get your auto insurance claim process started.
Step1: CHECK YOURSELF FOR INJURIES.
If you are injured, call quickly 911 or ask someone else to call. If you’re seriously injured, try not to move or do something that will increases your damage . And wait for emergency personnel. And all the fees the car insurance payed.
STEP2: Exchange Information about your name and your Car insurance:
After the accident, exchange the following information:
Name, address, phone number, insurance company, policy number, number of driver license and license plate number for the driver and the owner of the car.
Also make a written description of each car, including all information such year, make, model and color and the exact location of the collision and how it happened to give it to your car insurance. Be kindly but don’t tell the other drivers or the police that the accident was your fault.
STEP3:Don’t guess or lie on car insurance or Police
when it comes to the answer of any question that you don’t know or you can’t remember. Only say : “I don’t know what happen” or “I can’t remember what happen”are all appropriate answers if they are true. If you guess, you run the risk of being wrong, which may be used against you in your claim for compensation at your car insurance.
STEP4: Notify Your Car Insurance:
You may want to call your car insurance company while you are at the scene. That’s way, the auto insurance will tell you exactly what they will need to in order to process your claim and what to expect during the claims process.
An accident generally can leave even the most seasoned driver frazzled. But when you follow these steps may help protect you from unnecessary worries.
That way, you can focus on working with your auto insurance company to get your vehicle fixed as quickly as possible.