Most of us don’t like to think that we may be involved in a car accident, and no one wants to believe that they might end up in an emergency room. Unfortunately, automobile accidents can occur at any time. While emergency situations are unpredictable, that doesn’t mean you can’t be better prepared when an accident occurs.
A recent article on CNN.com, “If You Get Hit by a Bus Tomorrow,” gives readers 5 helpful steps to be better prepared for an automobile accident. The article includes potential life-saving suggestions, such as keeping medical information in your wallet and glove box and storing emergency numbers in your cell phone where paramedics can easily find them.
Auto Accident Checklists & Top Ten Guide
The car accident lawyers at Michigan Auto Law have also compiled a list: Ten Things You Must Know if Injured in a Michigan Car Accident. This list contains important advice that can help protect you from unintentionally losing your ability to collect no-fault insurance in case you are injured in an accident. In addition, 3 Michigan Car Accident Checklists are available to protect you 1) Before an Accident; 2) At the Accident Scene, and 3) Immediately Following an Accident, as well as Recent Car Accident FAQs.
Please share these checklists with family and friends, and print these for your own glove box.
Nobody can completely prevent the possibility of being involved in a serious car accident, but you can always educate and prepare yourself and loved ones on what to do in case you are in an emergency situation. And remember, you never know when this information might save your life.