Friday, 17 June 2016
An unexpected car accident can leave you feeling a bit scattered and often times scared. That's why it's important to brush up on post-accident procedures now, when you're in good shape and levelheaded. Let us offer you this 7-step guide that can help make the moments after an accident less stressful - and the claims process a whole lot smoother.
1. Move to a safe area.
2. Stop your vehicle and get out
3. Check on others involved
4. Call the police to the scene
5. Gather info
6. Document the scene
7. File your insurance claim
Once you complete the 7 steps, it's on us to take care of you and we work really hard to do so. You'll be assigned an adjuster that will walk with you every step of the way to give you the fast and accurate service you deserve. If they don't, we'll see to it that they do!
Here are some things you should consider doing before an accident.
If you haven't been in a car accident, after patting yourself on the back (while the car's stopped, of course), use these handy tips to make sure you're ready for the unpredictable:
No matter how clean your driving record, you never know when an accident can happen. You'll be glad you kept these 4 elements in mind if (and we do mean "if") you find yourself handling the aftermath of a crash.
If you have a question or we can help you in anyway, simply email us at info@BentonWhite.com or call our team at 615.377.1212
Posted on 06/17/2016 11:40 AM by Benton White
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