What information should I collect after a car accident?

It is important to collect as much information as possible at the scene of a car accident. The following is a list of data that should be collected:

  • Names and addresses of drivers, driver’s licenses
  • Names and addresses of passengers
  • Names, addresses and telephone numbers of any witnesses
  • Names and addresses of registered owners of the vehicles
  • Names of insurance companies, policy numbers
  • Location of the car accident
  • How the car accident occurred
  • Did any of the drivers seem to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
  • Injuries sustained
  • Damages to vehicles
  • Names of police officers that responded to the scene
  • Did anyone claim responsibility for the car accident?

It is important to collect as much information as possible at the scene of a car accident. The following is a list of data that should be collected:

  • Names and addresses of drivers, driver’s licenses
  • Names and addresses of passengers
  • Names, addresses and telephone numbers of any witnesses
  • Names and addresses of registered owners of the vehicles
  • Names of insurance companies, policy numbers
  • Location of the car accident
  • How the car accident occurred
  • Did any of the drivers seem to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
  • Injuries sustained
  • Damages to vehicles
  • Names of police officers that responded to the scene
  • Did anyone claim responsibility for the car accident?

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