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Should I handle my wreck myself?

By Ken Gibson on May 14, 2015

After a car wreck, here are some of the things you may have to do:

  • Pay for the ambulance ride, the emergency room, and follow-up treatment;
  • Find and pay for a rental car;
  • Give a statement to police and insurance adjusters;
  • Go to traffic court;
  • Get a copy of the police report;
  • Submit your medical bills to your auto insurance company to reimburse your medical expenses if you have medical payment coverage;
  • Deal with the insurance adjusters to pay for car repairs or total loss;
  • Eventually submit your bills, records, police report, traffic court records, photographs, repair bills, and lost wage information to the adjusters to try to settle your case.

Or you can call us. GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys will be your voice. We will be your sword and shield. (804) 413-6777.

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