CAN YOU PREVENT AN ACCIDENT?
“Was there anything you could have done to prevent the collision?” It is one of the main questions insurance companies always ask when you file a claim. When you get to that question, you want to be able to truthfully say, “There was nothing I could do”.
There are many laws to follow when you are driving. You could follow them exactly, but that does not ensure you will not get into a car crash. A driver also needs to use common sense to prevent crashes. Other people are not always following the laws or using good judgment. Just because they are being careless does not mean you need to be a victim of their indifference to safety. Pay attention to your surroundings! If someone is attempting to make a left turn across your lane and you are fast approaching the intersection, slow down! If they don’t stop, you are likely to hit them. You will not be at fault technically, but you could be injured. Who knows how long it could take to get any compensation from the insurance company! A little common sense goes a long way.
Sometimes following the laws and using all the common sense in the world is still not enough. Crashes happen and they can happen to you. When that time comes, give us a call. We can help! Our toll free number is 1-800-332-1992 or email us at info@Qlaw.com.
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