# Ten Things Not To Do After A Car Accident

Actions To Avoid After A Car Accident

Arguing With Other Drivers The next time you find yourself in a car accident make certain you obtain the other driver’s insurance and contact information – it’s “crucial,” says Parker Waichman LLP Managing Attorney Gary Falkowitz, who offers additional advice.

  • 1.     Do not argue with the other driver

  • 2.     Do not admit that you were at fault

  • 3.     If you’re in pain, do not refuse medical attention

  • 4.     Do not leave the scene of the accident without getting the other

  • driver’s insurance and contact information

  • 5.     Do not forget to call the police

  • 6.     Do not panic

  • 7.     Do not rush to leave the scene

  • 8.     Do not speak with the other driver’s insurance company or attorney

  • 9.     Do not sign any documents

  • 10.     Do not assume that your injury is minor

 

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