Ever notice how many more car accidents are happening during the summer road construction season? We are creatures of habit: buy the same toothpaste, order the same lunch, drive the same route to and from work or the grocery store. When our normal routes are disrupted due to construction, odd (and sometimes bad) things happen.
If you are in a car accident there are several things to remember. First, always make sure the accident is reported to the police. Insurance companies rely on accident reports when assessing claims. Make sure you think about any injuries you might have and let the investigating officer know about them. Most of us are too shaken up (or maybe too “tough guy”) to think about this at an accident scene. Also, get photos of the vehicles, drivers and license plates. Be sure to go to the hospital if you think you might be seriously injured! Always best to let a doctor check things out and your car insurance will always pay for it.
Finally, be sure to give one of the insurance/injury attorneys a call a Cunningham Dalman. We can answer your questions and put your mind at rest.
Cunningham Dalman, PC publishes this web site and its component parts to inform users about our firm, our attorneys and general new developments in the law. The web site and blogs are not intended as legal advice on any matter. There are many factors that may affect your situation. You should not act or refrain from acting because of information found here without first seeking appropriate legal or other professional advice from someone who is familiar with your particular circumstances.
In the operation of this web site and our blogs, we do not intend to create an attorney-client relationship with you and no such relationship shall be created by your use of this web site. Such a relationship can only be established to the extent an attorney at Cunningham Dalman, PC expressly agrees to undertake the relationship. Please do not communicate to us any information you regard as confidential unless and until we have established a formal attorney-client relationship with you. Any information you send to us before we establish an attorney client relationship may not be privileged or confidential. Information you send to us over the Internet may not be secure.