You are on your way home from work. It’s been a long day. You are mentally going over your to do list for the evening and noting that there is no way it is all getting done. The light ahead turns yellow, then red and you stop for the oncoming traffic to proceed. Then, from behind you, a car crashes into your rear bumper sending you into the intersection. Now what?
Each year, thousands of people are involved in traffic accidents. If you are one of these unfortunate people, will you know what to do in the aftermath of a collision? How you react can prevent further injuries, reduce costs and accelerate the clean-up and repair process.
The Consumer Protection Association of America has developed a list of suggestions to help drivers anticipate what they need to know about dealing with an accident.”These tips can make a big difference in everything from protecting yourself and your passengers to ensuring that you won’t be without a car while yours is in the shop,” said Dr. Ray Bruce, president of the association. [Read more…]