As personal injury lawyers, we occasionally speak with drivers who are concerned about protecting themselves after being involved in a car accident they believe they caused. Whether or not you were injured, a car accident can be alarming and disorienting. In the height of the emotions and anxiety, it is important to avoid some common mistakes if you believe you may be at fault.
#1. Never admit fault. Even if you believe you caused the accident beyond a shadow of a doubt, do not admit fault to the drivers involved or the law enforcement who report to the scene. You have a limited perception of the accident, and there may be other circumstances that could protect your from fault or place fault on the other driver.
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