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How Can You Get Paid after Being Injured in an Accident That Wasn't Your Fault?

If you've been injured in an accident that wasn't your fault, you'll want the responsible party's insurance to reimburse you for the financial burden the accident caused you. The costs associated with an accident, including medical bills, property damage, and lost wages, can add up to many thousands of dollars.

So, how do you get an insurance company to reimburse you after one of their policyholders caused you injury? Let's take a look.

Start at the Scene of the Accident

To put the odds of getting a fair settlement in your favor, you should collect relevant evidence at the scene of the accident. If it's a car accident, get the other driver's insurance information, take pictures of the accident, and get a copy of the police report. And don't admit fault to the other driver or the police

See a Doctor Immediately

If you're injured after an accident, even in a very minor way, you need to see a doctor as soon as possible. You may not be able to tell how badly you're injured at the time of the accident. Sometimes a seemingly-insignificant injury gets worse in the days and weeks after an accident, and failing to get prompt treatment can make it worse.

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