One of the realities of driving is eventually, you’re most likely going to be involved in a wreck. On one hand you possibly made an unfortunate mistake. Other times, it’s entirely the other person’s fault. Either way, even if you have great insurance, dealing with a crash is almost always a hassle.
If/when you do have an avoidable contact incident, how you respond can drastically impact the outcome. In his latest podcast, consumer protection attorney and Road & Track contributor Steve Lehto walks you through everything you should do after an accident.
While some of it is pretty much common sense, not all of it is so obvious. For example, even in a single-car accident, you might still be responsible for property damage. Because of the way many of these laws are written, wrecking a vehicle on your own private property can still result in a citation.
Give the podcast below a listen to hear the rest of Lehto’s advice. We hope you never have to, but if you find yourself in a motor vehicle accident and sustain an injury, please call the Reyes Browne Reilley Law Firm as soon as possible to help you through the process.