VIDEO BLOG:  Useful Tips after a California Injury Accident

The time immediately following an accident is often shocking, difficult and confusing. You may not know who is responsible for the accident, what injuries you have or how the accident may continue to impact you in the long run. However, in all accident situations there are a few things you should do. After calling 911, you should always gather testimonies from witnesses. A witness’ testimony can be some of your strongest supporting evidence should you decide to take your accident case to court. Pictures are also extremely important evidence. Many people have cell phones with a camera on them, but if you do not, it may be a good idea to keep a disposable camera in your glove compartment. This evidence will aid you greatly in court. If you have suffered an injury from an accident and are considering filing a claim, contact San Diego personal injury attorney Mark C. Blane. Call toll free today at 888-845-6269 or visit his website www.blanelaw.com, where you can order a FREE copy of his book, California Personal Injury Guide: The Ten Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Claim, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer.


 

Mark C. Blane is a San Diego Personal Injury Attorney, and the managing lawyer of the Law Offices of Mark C. Blane, a San Diego, California Personal Injury Law Firm dedicated to representing families of people injured in personal injury accidents including car accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, product defects, and the like. If you or a loved one has been killed or injured in an accident in San Diego, or Southern California, due to the negligence of another, please order your free copy of Mr. Blane's book, The 10 Secrets You Need To Know About Your Injury Case, BEFORE You Call A Lawyer. It is full of helpful information that will help you protect your legal rights and it normally sells for $16.95.  However, it is free to all California residents, or those injured in an California accident.

4 Comments
It's true. A car accident is one of the most stressful experiences to have, but if you can stay in control in the immediate aftermath, you'll be much better off. Write down exactly what happened, talk to the other drivers (without admitting fault), and take pictures of the scene. All of that will be helpful later if you end up in a lawsuit. http://www.chesmontpilaw.com/en-us/about/about.html
by Jenn June 17, 2015 at 10:20 AM
Talking to witnesses is a good idea. I haven't ever been in a serious accident, but I don't think I'd be very composed afterward. If I already have some tips of what to do, I think I'll make smarter decisions. And those decisions can really help in the legal battle that might happen afterward. http://www.denalilaw.com/alaska-personal-injury-attorneys
by Jenn Davies April 29, 2015 at 06:05 PM
I never realized how important it is to take pictures of any damages after an accident. Is this true of injuries as well or is that a different story? I'm sure that a doctor's examination is much more valid than a picture in that case. Thanks for sharing these tips with us! http://www.waynelgeorge.ca
by Sergio Freddson April 28, 2015 at 05:26 PM
Great video on what to do after a personal injury. I'll make sure, as you say, to make my first call to an experienced lawyer. Of course I will call 911 first to make sure all parties involved are ok, and not injured. http://www.hvlawfirm.com/slip-fall-lawyers/
by Dave Thompson March 26, 2015 at 05:43 PM
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