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What do I do after an accident?

If you have been injured in an accident, the most important priority is getting medical attention. Assuming that you are not taken to the emergency room immediately, you should take photos or videos of the accident scene and get the contact information of any witnesses. You should not admit fault or apologize to anyone else who was involved, even if it seems like a polite thing to do. Anything that you say in the aftermath of an accident can be used against you if you pursue a claim or lawsuit later. If you suspect that someone else may have been at fault, you should set up a consultation with an attorney to discuss your options. The first consultation is almost always free.

How do I know if I have a case?

Do I have a case if I do not feel hurt?

How long do I have to file a personal injury case?

What do I do if an insurance adjuster calls me?

What damages are available in a personal injury case?

How much is my personal injury case worth?

What if I had a pre-existing condition?

What if I was partly at fault for the accident?

How long will it take to settle my claim?

What is a release in a settlement?

How long will it take to get my check?

How do I pay my medical bills until I get my settlement?

How do I make up for my lost wages until I get my settlement?

What if the accident happened on the job?

Do I need a lawyer for a personal injury case?

How do I pay for a lawyer in a personal injury case?

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