Did you know?
- Over 50% of people still experience pain three months after their accident.
- Over 30% of people continue to experience pain for over 1 year after their accident.
- Over 95% of patients at Capital Sports Medicine experience lasting pain relief after just a few visits.
- Check on yourself and passengers for injuries. If you do not have any major injuries, safely get out of your car and check on anyone else involved in the accident.
- If possible, move your car out of traffic and to safety.
- Call 911. Even in minor accidents, a police report can be very helpful to both your car insurance and medical insurance. If the police can not make it to the scene, you can still file an accident report through your state's DMV.
- Take pictures of the accident scene and property damage to all vehicles
- Collect info from others involved in the accident. You'll want to collect things like:
- Driver and passenger names
- License plate numbers
- Insurance information
- Makes and models of all vehicles involved
- Eye witness contact information
- Location of the accident
- Responding police officer names and badge numbers
- File a claim with your car insurance company
- Contact us for help with any aches, pains, or injuries!
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