Infographic: What to Do if You Have a Car Accident

Here’s what to do if you’re involved in a collision.




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2 thoughts on “Infographic: What to Do if You Have a Car Accident

  1. I love how you illustrated your point about informing one’s insurance agent or agents about getting into a car accident. In my opinion, getting funds from one’s insurance may require the help of a legal counsel. Having one can not only increase one’s chances of getting money for the accident but also negotiate how to update one’s insurance premium to reflect the amount retrieved from it.

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