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Car accidents happen. It’s what you do afterward that counts. If you’ve just been in a car accident, the first thing to do is evaluate yourself to see if you’re okay. Calling the proper authorities is always recommended to document the accident also. If you feel at all affected physically, going to the hospital is recommended, as you may not be able to claim accident-related health issues a certain period of time after the accident occurs. When you’re shaken up, it can be difficult to think about what comes next, though, so it’s a good idea to have a process to follow before an accident happens. Been in an accident recently? Contact us if you need assistance for what to do with your vehicle. Otherwise, continue reading to learn more!
Whether you’ve been in a fender-bender at a local Georgetown intersection or you were unlucky enough to back into a light post or divider in a Cameron parking lot (it happens), here’s what you should do after a minor car accident:
Major accidents differ from minor accidents in that they result in serious bodily injuries of one or many people, and possibly even fatalities. If you’ve been involved in a major collision, here are the steps you should take.
It’s usually not too time-consuming to file an insurance claim, but it can get confusing. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of things to keep in mind when filing an insurance claim. While the process may differ slightly depending on your provider and coverage, learning how to file a car insurance claim is mostly universal. When you file a claim with your insurance provider, you’ll need to provide the following information to them:
After providing your insurance carrier with the above information, moving forward, your vehicle evaluated by an insurance adjuster. This adjuster will help you estimate the cost of repairs. If the photos and police report are not enough, it’s likely that you’ll have to get your vehicle inspected in-person, so keep that in mind.
Ready to get up and running on College Station or Georgetown streets again? Contact the experts at our service center & auto body shop in Taylor today, and someone will be more than happy to help you with additional service tips to follow after an accident! From mechanical issues to major body work and more, your vehicle repairs after an accident are more likely to be done right the first time when you choose Nyle Maxwell CDJR of Taylor to assist you!
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