When you are hit in a car collision, it is important to assess your own safety immediately. Even when you are not injured in the accident, your car could be in a precarious situation. Once you know you aren't seriously injured, check to see if other people are hurt.

Call the police so that an accurate report of the accident is written. Take down the information of anyone involved in the accident, and take pictures of the scene if you can. Write down car insurance information, make and model of each vehicle, and license plate numbers. The more information you can gather, the easier it will be to establish what happened.

Talk to the police and if you start to feel sore, consider getting medical attention. You may discover the next day that you are in pain from a whiplash injury. Get the medical help you need and try to stay calm throughout.



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