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If the person is able to, they should take photographs with their phone at the scene of the accident. Most people have a phone with a camera. You should take a photograph of the area in which you’ve been injured. The next thing you should do, if you’re able to obtain the names and contact information of any witnesses. Next, find out who owns or occupies the premises and let them know you’ve been injured. Make sure someone knows you’ve been injured and if emergency services have to be called, tell them what happened and they will document it. Go to a doctor or go to an emergency room, if you can. Be sure to tell them exactly what happened and exactly where you’re hurting without minimizing your pain.

If you can, call a lawyer. That lawyer may be able to suggest to you the best hospital near you or the best doctor who does forensic medicine cases. Get as much data as you can, depending upon how you feel, but try very hard to get the name of at least one witness.

Are The Police Always Called In An Auto Wreck Situation?

The police should always be called in an auto crash for insurance purposes. Now, a police report in Florida cannot be used as evidence. The police officer cannot be called unless he or she saw your crash. They can tell what they found and what they saw. They cannot say who is at fault. The police report will record the name, address, phone number, and insurance company of the at-fault party. Don’t be afraid of a police report because it is usually more helpful than hurtful.

Who Should I Notify To Ensure Proper Documentation Of The Incident?

If the owner occupied the premises or if it is a large business, you should make an incident report. Some businesses now have cameras and, in Florida, you’re always able to get the video of the scene. Some of these cameras are so well placed that they show exactly what happened.

What Evidence Is Important To Gather From The Scene Of The Crash or Place of The Injury?

If you are able to get the names and contact information of witnesses, it will be incredibly helpful to your case.

For more information on Steps To Take After Being Injured In FL, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (813) 906-2212 today.

Richard A. Bokor, P.A.

Call Now For A No Obligation Consultation
(813) 906-2212
* NO FEES PAID, Unless We Recover Damages

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