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Motor Vehicle Accidents

Auto accidents are always devastating because they are unexpected. Not surprisingly, the vast majority of motor vehicle accidents are caused by reckless and negligent driving. All too often, people pay more attention to other things than the road before them. When people do not pay attention to the road, they put themselves and others in great danger.

If you are involved in any kind of motor vehicle accident, there are five steps we recommend you take...

Five Important Vehicle Accident Steps

  1. Contact Law Enforcement

    After you are involved in an auto accident, one of the best things you can do is contact law enforcement. The police can draft a police report, speak to the other driver, call for medical help, question witnesses, and gather necessary insurance information. You will need all of this information to build a credible case.

  2. Trade Information with the Other Driver

    After an accident, you will want to speak with the other driver involved. When speaking with the other driver, try to gather the following information:

    • Driver's name, address, phone number, driver's license number and State of Issuance,
    • Auto insurance information, and
    • The other's car model, and make, as well as the name and address of the registered owner.
  3. Photograph the Scene

    After the accident has happened, you will want to take as many photographs of the scene as possible. Be sure to take pictures of your car, the other car(s) involved, the road conditions, and traffic signs. Photographs do not lie! Pictures can provide proof and justify your side of the story. This has become easier with cell phone cameras, but you still may want to keep a camera in your car.

  4. Get Medical Care

    Just because you cannot see or feel an injury immediately does not mean one does not exist. For your own safety, it is important that you seek medical treatment immediately after your motor vehicle accident. By visiting a physician, you may learn of any internal injuries or injuries that you did not notice. The physician will make a record of your physical health and injuries, which may be needed at a later date if you plan to take legal action.

  5. Contact a Personal Injury Attorney

    One of the most beneficial things you can do after your motor vehicle accident is to speak with an experienced attorney. An attorney can evaluate your case, advise you of your legal options, and investigate evidence provided by you and the police report. Robert C. Strong has helped countless clients involved in motor vehicle accidents.

Contact the office of Robert C. Strong immediately after your accident.

 

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Robert C. Strong & Associates specializes in Personal Injury Law, Auto Accidents Law, Worker's Compensation Law, Criminal DUI DWI Law, Trademark & Copyright Law, Bankruptcy, Family Law, and Immigration Law. Free consultation. Although his practice is located in downtown San Diego, CA, San Diego Personal Injury Attorney Robert C. Strong proudly serves all of San Diego and San Diego County, especially the communities of Central San Diego County which includes Rolando, SDSU, Darnall, Cerritos, Del Cerro, Allied Gardens, Talmadge, Kensington, Hillcrest, Mission Valley, Fashion Valley, City Heights, Lake Murray, Friars, El Cajon Blvd, North Park, Balboa Park, Clairemont, Linda Vista, Kearny Mesa, Mission Bay, Mira Mesa, Mission Beach, Mission Heights, Pacific Beach, Ocean Beach, Imperial Beach, Point Loma and Downtown San Diego, South San Diego County which includes Chula Vista, Coronado, Imperial Beach, Bonita, Eastlake, South Bay, National City, and the Port of San Diego and East San Diego County which includes El Cajon, La Mesa, Santee, San Carlos, Lakeside, Spring Valley, Jamul, and Alpine.