Vehicle Accident Kit

Car Accident Kit

Consider that in 2015 alone, more than 2.4 million people were injured and nearly 35,000 people died in 6.2 million crashes nationwide.

The Insurance Information Institute says the number and severity of automobile accidents have been on an upticks in recent years and reports that adult drivers in the U.S. will file a car collision claim approximately once every 18 years. That means the average American will be involved in three or four auto accidents in a lifetime.

With this kit, you’ll find resources to help you become your own best advocate, get the best outcomes you can get, and save money. 

Kit includes:vehicle accident kit
  1. What to do immediately following a vehicle accident
  2. What NOT to do following a vehicle accident
  3. How to photograph an accident scene
  4. Vehicle Accident Reporting Form (English & Spanish)
  5. On-demand training webinar: “Vehicle Accident Investigations”

For a printer friendly version, fill out the form to the right to receive your copy of the 'Vehicle Accident Kit.' 

What to do following a car accident

  1. Stay calm
  2. Call the police
  3. Move cars involved to a safe place
  4. Secure eye witness names and phone numbers
  5. Safely take photos
  6. Contact your insurance company

What NOT to do after a car accident

  1. Never admit responsibility for the accident
  2. Never, ever leave the scene of an accident, particularly when there are injuries
  3. Never sign any document without speaking to an attorney
  4. Never discuss your accident on social media

Training Webinar for Vehicle Accident Investigations

Vehicle Accident Investigations
Vehicle Accident Investigation Webinar