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Four Reasons A Smartphone May Be Your Best Friend After A Car Accident

Smartphones have become nearly ubiquitous in modern society. The convenience of being able to communicate with anyone, anywhere and to access the internet at all times makes them indispensable to their owners. Therefore, in the event of a car accident, smartphones can be invaluable, allowing you to communicate quickly with emergency responders and providing the documentation your car accident attorney can use.

Here are a few ways you can use your smartphone after an automobile wreck:

1. Call first responders. Call 911 after the accident to summon police and any necessary first responders, such as paramedics. Also, you need the police to secure the scene, deal with any criminal issues and file accident reports. Additionally, first responders can provide needed medical aid.

2. Take photos. If you’re uninjured after an accident, use your phone to take photos of your vehicle and the other driver’s vehicle. Also, take pictures of any skid marks on the road and a panoramic shot of the accident. Your attorney may be able to glean useful information from these photos.

3. Record confrontations. If the other driver becomes confrontational, use your phone to take a video of the incident. Knowing they’re on camera may cause the other party to back down. Plus, the video recording can provide valuable evidence in court.

4. Contact an experienced injury attorney. After you’ve called the police and documented the scene, call your insurer and report the accident. Then, call an experienced car accident attorney to find out whether a claim or lawsuit is necessary.

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Since 1996, the Law Offices of Marc J. Shuman & Associates, Ltd. have been helping auto victims, all injured victims and their families, navigate the complex legal process. As experienced personal injury, worker’s compensation, auto accident, compensation, and wrongful death attorneys, we can help you evaluate the facts, assess your options, navigate the legal challenges and advocate on your behalf.

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