Usually, the most convenient way to get around is by driving. Your vehicle is one of the most reliable ways to get you to work, the kids to school, or the family out of town for a weekend trip. With so many people on the road these days, it is not uncommon to see a car accident or two. Luckily, most car accidents are minor or non-life threatening. However, some car accidents can be severe, causing major damages and injuries.

Most drivers know what to do following a car incident, such as calling the police and exchanging contact information. There are, however, things drivers should not do following a car accident to ensure they get the compensation they deserve for damages and injuries.

 

1. DO NOT Let the Other Driver Convince You They’ll Pay for Damages