How Do I File An Auto Accident Personal Injury Insurance Claim?

By Mike Anderson Posted in Car Insurance News

We hate it when it happens, but inevitably, sometimes we have an accident. Our auto insurance is there to help us when that happens. The first thing to do is decide whether there are injuries to the passengers and make sure that they are taking care of. After that, we can take care of any damage that might have been done to the vehicle. If there are injuries to the passengers, and you are covered for that event. You will need to make a claim with your insurance company.

How Do I File A Auto Accident Personal Injury Insurance Claim?

As soon as an accident occurs, it is important to call authorities and have a police officer investigate the scene of the accident. This will give you documentation of what occurred during the accident. You will need this when filing a personal injury insurance claim. By calling the police you will have the added benefits that they will call emergency personnel in case they are needed.

Your next step is to contact your insurance company. You need to do this within 24 hours of the accident. They will take down all of your information about the accident and will then give you a claim number and assign an adjuster to your case.

If the accident was not your fault, and the investigation proves this, you will be able to file a claim with the other party’s insurance company. You will be given a claim number and assigned an adjuster with this insurance company as well.

During this process is important that you keep all documentation about your accident and injury, so they will be readily available to you if you need it. You always have the option of enlisting the assistance of an attorney to help you with this process.

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