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What To Do After A Dallas Injury Accident

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What Should I Do At The Scene Of The Accident?

Accidents may be quite distressing. Discover what steps you must take following a car accident now.

  • Examine the scene to see if anyone was hurt.
  • To request any required medical aid, call 911.
  • Move your vehicle to a secure location, but do not depart the area.
  • Do not admit errors or disclose your insurance coverage restrictions.
  • Contact the police right away. 
  • Exchange information with those involved.
  • Request roadside assistance if your car is not drivable.

What Information Should You Record?

  • All of the other drivers’ names, phone numbers, mailing addresses, and email addresses are recorded.
  • Location of the incident.
  • Tag numbers for the vehicles and photographs of the incident, as well as all cars involved.
  • Information about the insurance policy from other parties: company name, policy number, and phone number

When Emergency Services Arrive, Keep Track Of The Following Information:

  • Police report number
  • Phone number
  • Officer name and badge number

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Report An Accident Claim

It’s critical to report your claim as soon as possible for a variety of reasons. Accidents necessitate a more comprehensive investigation, for example. It’s also preferable to investigate right away after an accident so that everyone remembers the specifics.

Speeding, failing to yield, driving under the influence of alcohol, following too closely, and running red lights and stop signs are all causes of car accidents in Dallas.

Avoid A Collision

  • Slow down and drive to conditions.
  • Allow extra room when turning into oncoming traffic, but be patient and keep your eyes open for other drivers.
  • Take precautions to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you.
  • Look both ways before you enter a crosswalk.
  • Signal every turn and lane change.
  • At stoplights and stop signs, come to a halt.
  • If you’ve had alcohol, don’t drive.

What To Do If You’ve Been In A Car Accident

  1. Check for injuries. If anyone is injured, look after them.
  2. Move your car out of the street to a safer location where you can provide names, addresses, phone numbers, vehicle identification numbers, car license plate numbers, insurance information, and driver’s license information.
  3. Determine what caused the collision and obtain the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any witnesses. If the cars are immovable, erect flares or raise your hood to protect the area.

When To Call the Police


Always contact the police if:

  • an injury or fatality is involved,
  • the vehicles cannot be moved,
  • you suspect one of the drivers is intoxicated,
  • one of the drivers has no insurance, or
  • one of the drivers leaves the scene.
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When Is The Best Time To Move Your Car?


If no one is injured in the accident, don’t wait for the cops to arrive. If you can drive the car, the law compels you to move it out of the traffic flow.

Stop and exchange information if there is any damage to the vehicle. If someone is injured, help them and notify law enforcement. Find the driver or leave a note describing what happened if you strike an unoccupied car. If you’re driving a vehicle that isn’t yours, include both the owner’s name and address on the note as well.

Exchange Information


Be sure to exchange insurance information with all drivers involved in the accident, in accordance with Texas State law.

The following data should be collected: name, address, phone number, insurance provider, policy number, driver’s license number, and license plate number for the driver and owner of each vehicle.

If the driver’s name differs from the one on the insurance card or registration, ask what relationship they have (e.g., parent, friend, employer, etc.) and record that information. Give each driver the same information.

Witness Information


If you discover witnesses at the scene, attempt to get their addresses and phone numbers or remember their appearance in order to point them out to cops when they arrive.

Auto insurance


Texas law requires all drivers to have minimum liability coverage. If you don’t have auto insurance, you could face a fine of up to $350 (or more if you’ve previously been fined for no insurance). Be prepared to show your insurance card if an officer asks, as well as notify your insurance provider about the accident as soon as possible.

Contact A Personal Injury Lawyer


At any time following an accident, it is always in your best interests to contact Accident Lawyers Of Dallas and speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Call (888) 340-1221 to connect with our personal injury lawyers, where we will discuss your situation and help you decide what legal action to take.

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