How to reduce your stress at the accident scene

One of the most stressful and anxiety-inducing events in one’s life is a car accident. No matter how the accident happened and regardless of who was at fault, it’s important to remain calm at the accident scene. 

Here are some things you can try to reduce your stress at the accident scene.

Take a moment to just breathe

Immediately following your accident – before you get out of your car, it’s a good idea to just take a moment to breathe and to check if you or any of your passengers are injured. It’s also important to take a quick look around your car and make sure it’s safe for you and your passengers to exit the vehicle. 

Call for medical assistance if anyone is injured

If anyone is injured and in need of medical assistance then it’s important to call for help as soon as possible.

Call our team – 1300 889 256

If you’re not sure what to do next, then give us a call. Especially if you are not at fault! Our dedicated 24/7 accident support line is available to you when you need us – we’ll help you. Our team will walk you through what to do as well as help organise a tow truck and an accident replacement vehicle which will meet you at the most convenient location for you.

Collect details from the other driver

It’s important to collect all of the relevant information while you are at the accident scene. Here is a list of things you need to make note of:

  • Date and time
  • Location
  • Names and contact details of drivers, passengers
  • Registration, make and model of vehicles involved
  • Insurers of drivers involved

Know that if you are not at fault, then you’ll be right.

If the accident was not your fault, then you shouldn’t be the one inconvenienced. In Australia you have the right to drive. Call us to find out more!

Need help after a car accident? We’ll help you 

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