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What To Do After A Car Accident

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What To Do After A Car Accident

What you do after a serious car accident can make a big difference in the size of the settlement or award you receive, or whether you receive anything at all. If you or a loved one has suffered harm in a car accident, Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, in Manchester can help. We provide results-oriented representation for Tennessee accident victims, seeking the best possible outcome for every client.

Remember, making the wrong moves after a car accident can seriously damage the strength of your claim. For a free consultation and advice about what to do after a car accident, call us at (931) 954-1066.

Take Action To Protect Your Claim

These are some of the things you should do following a car accident:

Get medical care ASAP — We cannot stress this enough. Even if you feel fine, you may have suffered serious injuries. This is especially the case with head injuries, because the true effects of a concussion may not reveal themselves for some time after the accident.

Report the accident to the police — Describe what happened in purely factual terms. Do not admit fault or responsibility for the accident.

Get the name, phone number and insurance company of the other driver — If you were struck by a hit-and-run driver, we may still be able to obtain compensation for you from your uninsured motorist coverage.

Talk to us before you call your insurance company — In a free consultation, a lawyer can explain how we can help you. We can also begin the legal process and take measures to protect your ability to claim compensation.

Don’t make any statement to insurance companies or sign any document — Insurance company representatives are specially trained to gather information that can be used to defeat claims. We will protect your rights and handle all dealings with insurance companies and other aspects of your case.

Follow the instructions of your doctor — If you stop taking medications before the doctor tells you to or fail to follow other instructions of your doctor, the insurance company could use this as evidence that you no longer need medical care.

Focus on getting better — Let us take on the burden of obtaining compensation for you. Trust Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, to do everything we can to succeed for you.

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For accident claims advice from an experienced team of attorneys, call Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, at (931) 954-1066. Alternatively, you can send an email, and we will respond promptly.