What To Avoid Doing After An Accident
The actions you do not take after an accident can sometimes be even more important than the ones you do take. It is not likely that you may know what to avoid after an accident, but this information can play a key role in ensuring you earn the outcomes you deserve in your personal injury claim.
At The Law Offices of Miller & Bicklein, P.C., we have more than 90 years of combined experience representing the best interests of injured clients throughout Texas. Our decades of service include offering our clients the guidance they need to avoid common pitfalls after a motor vehicle accident.
What To Watch Out For After A Crash
The actions you take after an accident could potentially shift some or all of the liability of your accident onto you or make seeking fair compensation much more difficult. When you don’t have one of our experienced attorneys at your side to protect you, remember to avoid making common mistakes such as:
- Admitting fault or apologizing to the other driver
- Denying the full extent of your injuries
- Not exchanging driver or insurance information
- Not calling the police
- Leaving the scene of the accident before the police arrive
- Give a recorded statement to anyone
- Speaking to an insurance adjuster by yourself
The best way to avoid making these or other mistakes is to let us act in your place throughout your entire claim. When you are by yourself, remain calm and not act rashly to help avoid making a mistake. If you are uncertain about saying or doing something, it may be best to avoid doing it until you consult with one of our team members.
Rely On Our Guidance
We have extensive experience fighting to maximize our clients’ compensation for their injuries, and we fight for them inside and outside of the courtroom. When you need someone to help you through your injury claim and keep you from making critical mistakes, contact us today. Call 866-609-3852 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation.