Hi, I’m Jay Cohen from Blass Law and I wanna talk about what to do if you’re in a car accident during the coronavirus pandemic.
People are anxious and there’s good reason to be. Keep your distance! Don’t worry about the stay home work safe.
It’s more important to check for injuries and exchange information. Maintain your distance!
First thing you need to do, stay six feet away, look to see if anyone’s injured. If they are, call 911 immediately! Next, you need to exchange information.
Pull out your smartphone, take a picture of your license, your insurance, stay six feet away, text them to the other person. Have the other person text them to you. It’s that easy.
If the police come to the scene, make a report. Stay six feet away from the police they come in contact with a lot of people.
Look around. If you see any witnesses, get their information, send them a message that says, “Hey this is Jay, I may need
to follow up with you later.”
Take pictures of any damage, your vehicle, their vehicle, license plates, anything else you think is significant.
Next, call Blass Law injury lawyers. We can help. Remember, maintain your social distancing, six feet away from anyone, but still check for injuries, exchange information, take pictures, call Blass Law.
Categorized: Car Accidents