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What to do After an Accident:
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Much of what we’ve learned during more than four decades of successfully representing auto, truck, and motorcycle accident victims is included in our new book, The Ohio Accident Guide. This important publication, which may be
downloaded or ordered for free here contains valuable information
that will help you protect your rights if you’ve been in an accident.
Included in our free Ohio Accident Guide are the steps you
should take immediately if you’ve been in an accident:
• Notify the police.
It is important to note that an insurance adjuster may call you shortly after the car accident and urge you to accept a settlement. We strongly urge you to protect your rights and your ability to receive the compensation you deserve by refusing to sign any papers or agreements until you have had the opportunity to consult with legal counsel.
Remember, adjusters work for and represent the interests of the insurance company. They will try to convince you to accept a settlement by saying you should “save the cost of an attorney.” Studies have shown, however, that you are more likely to receive a just settlement if you hire experienced accident attorneys like the legal team at Anzellotti, Sperling, Pazol, & Small to represent your interests and protect your rights.
• At the hospital, immediately tell the medical staff about all
your injuries and advise them of every part of your body
• Get the names, addresses and telephone numbers of all
drivers, owners and occupants of all involved vehicles,
as well as the license plate and make, model and color
of the vehicles.
• Get the names, addresses and telephone numbers
• Do not accept responsibility for and do not discuss the
cause of the collision with anyone except the police
officer at the scene.
• If you think you need medical attention, have the police
officer on the scene call an ambulance or go to the
nearest Emergency Room or Urgent Care Center.
• See your physician.
• Call Anzellotti, Sperling, Pazol & Small as soon as
you have received the medical attention you need.