04 Dec 2019
Unsure about what to do in an accident? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Many people feel as though they will never be involved in a collision, leaving them unprepared for the unexpected. In this post, M.I.S. Claims highlights exactly what to do in an accident, including what to do in the immediate aftermath, what information to collect and more. Read through carefully so that you’re better equipped to cope with any road traffic collisions that may occur in the future.
What to do in an accident: Immediate aftermath
Listed below are important guidelines for ensuring the safety of you, your passengers and other vehicles immediately following a road traffic collision:
What to do in an accident: Exchange details
Listed below is the key information that you must exchange with the driver(s) of the other vehicle(s) involved in the collision:
What to do in an accident: Collect information
Listed below is the crucial information that you must collect following a road traffic accident:
What to do in an accident: Who to call after a non-fault collision
If you have been involved in a road traffic accident that wasn’t your fault, M.I.S Claims are on hand to help. We are a market leader in accident management services in both Northern and Southern Ireland, with over 740,000 recorded accidents in our 25 years of business.
Our expert claims handlers take care of everything in regards to making a claim following a road traffic accident, giving you peace of mind. Plus, they’re insurance trained and qualified to give you the best advice tailored to your individual situation.
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