Asheville NC Personal Injury Auto Wreck Attorneys Car Accident Tips Launched

A new report with a focus on vehicle wrecks and auto accidents has been launched by Asheville, NC law firm Fisher Stark. The attorneys can work with clients after a wreck to ensure they get the best results in their case.

Asheville, United States - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Fisher Stark, the Asheville, North Carolina based auto accidents attorneys, have launched a new report on what to do after a car wreck. It offers a 9-step guide on what to do to ensure that clients get the best result in their case.

More information can be found at: https://fisherstark.com/9-things-to-do-after-a-car-accident

The report explains that a car accident can be highly traumatic, stressful and upsetting. However, a lot of the emotional and financial impact of the event can be lessened by following certain steps.

Doing this helps to ensure that the injured party is safe and protected, both at the scene of the accident and in the days and weeks following the event.

First and foremost, safety comes first, followed by gathering information and notifying the proper authorities and agencies. These agencies can help people to get their car back on the road.

With safety in mind as the most important point, the report underscores that the first thing anyone should do after a car wreck is to check themselves for injuries. Then they need to check their passengers, if they have them, to ensure that they’re okay.

Following that, it’s important to move to a safe location to ensure that no further harm can come to anyone. Drivers should turn on their hazard lights, and aim to get their vehicle out of the way of traffic.

Other steps include calling the police, and the team at Fisher Stark emphasizes the importance of staying calm throughout the progress. After calling the police, it’s important to exchange information with the other vehicle owners, and document the accident with photographs.

Then comes the time to file an insurance claim, seek medical attention, and consult an attorney. This helps to ensure that the client is well looked after throughout the process.

The report states: “If you have been in an accident and live in Asheville, North Carolina or the surrounding communities, Fisher Stark, P.A. can help. We offer free consultations to discuss your case or that of a loved one.”

Full details of the auto wreck report can be found on the URL above. Fisher Stark’s location can be found here http://bit.ly/fisher-stark-gmb

Contact Info:
Name: Brad Stark
Email: Send Email
Organization: Fisher Stark, P.A.
Address: 172 Asheland Ave, Asheville, North Carolina 28801, United States
Phone: +1-828-505-4300
Website: https://fisherstark.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512922

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