November 23, 2011 by admin
Anyone who’s ever been in an auto accident can tell you that the crash scene can be one of chaos. Though accidents involving serious injuries and major damage can be difficult for anyone to process and handle, even a non-injury collision with minimal damage can be jarring in the moments following the crash. For many motorists under such pressure, it’s difficult to remember exactly what to do and whom to contact. Thankfully, a personal injury law firm recently released Car Accident Sidekick, a free iPhone app packed with tools and resources intended to help beleaguered accident victims at the scene of an accident.
Car Accident Sidekick offers a wealth of handy features that simplify dealing with the immediate aftermath of a crash. With this app, you can:
• Go through a step-by-step accident checklist
• Store emergency contacts, such as the names and numbers of local towing and cab services
• Call 911 with one click
• Keep accident information about insurance, injuries and damage photos in one place
• Find your exact location on a map
• Locate an auto accident attorney
The app even comes equipped with a voice recorder and flashlight to make accident note taking easier. Having access to all these convenient features within one app can save you valuable time and energy while trying to manage after a collision.
Following the accident, one of the first things you should do is get in touch with a personal injury lawyer who can help you assess your situation and advise you on the best way to proceed. Skousen, Gulbrandsen & Patience is a trusted Mesa personal injury law firm with more than 50 years of experience handling auto accident and other injury cases. For a free legal consultation, please contact us.
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