AskGary.com has recently been acquired by 1800AskGary, a well-known source of medical and legal referral services for vehicle accident victims, and it has just gone live.With the extension of AskGary.com towards its service offering, 1-800-Ask-Gary hopes to increase the number of vehicle accident victims it can connect to competent medical and legal assistance in their neighborhood.
Since more than 20 years ago, 1-800-Ask-Gary has been a free helpline that offers 24/7 free access to a large network of vehicle accident injuries doctors and lawyers who are all experts in providing support services catered specifically to the needs of automobile accident victims. Since its inception, 1-800-Ask-Gary has assisted over 200,000 accident victims in finding knowledgeable medical and legal professionals and obtaining the support they require to deal with significant injuries and start the recovery process.
1-800 ASK GARY is a free, round-the-clock hotline for auto accidents and injuries that can connect you immediately with a doctor with the training and credentials to assist those who have been in auto accidents. Each physician in our reference network has a Minnesota, Florida, or New Mexico medical license and the training necessary to treat the wounds that a car accident victim may incur.
AskGary.com guidelines for what auto accident victims should do right away
- Verify every passenger’s safety
Before doing anything else, make sure you and your passengers are safe. Do your best to determine whether immediate medical attention is required if an injury has occurred. It’s a good idea to check on the other motor vehicles involved and make sure there are no significant injuries once (and if) you are convinced that you and your passengers are safe.
- Get in a safe place if you can
It would be best if you cooperated with everyone concerned to shift to a safer location based on how the accident happened. Stress can be reduced, and attention can be refocused on the problem by moving to a secure vehicle location.
- Make a police call
Dial 911 so that a police officer can be dispatched to the scene to assess the issue and start compiling a police report. The location of the closest police station largely determines the speed at which the police react.
- Take Photographs
Please take photographs of the situation, including all the vehicles, their locations (as they relate to one another), street names, nearby traffic signals, license plate numbers, and any relevant paperwork, such as the other party’s driver’s insurance card.
- Trade Contact and Insurance Details
Spend some time talking with the other driver to exchange information to ensure everyone is on the same page and has the resources necessary to move forward (or drivers). Contact information, insurance company information (policy number), driver’s license numbers, car registration, the insurance company for the other driver, and any other information required to submit a claim should be included
- Document Extra Information
Any additional information about the situation that can aid you in navigating your next steps should be considered for documentation. Note the names of the other drivers involved (and any other people affected), the name of the roadside assistance provider you typically use, and the location of the accident
- Contact your insurance provider
Call your insurance provider to explain the automobile accident and receive their guidance on proceeding with any necessary car insurance claims. Your discussion could take several different turns depending on who caused the accident and its particulars.
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