Georgia Auto Accident Checklist

  1. Stop. Failing to stop after an accident is a crime. Do not leave the scene unless you are seriously injured or the police officer leaves or tells you it’s okay to leave.
  2. If possible, move your vehicle out of traffic lanes. Turn on flashing hazard lights.
  3. Get medical help for anyone injured.
  4. Call the police, sheriff, or highway patrol.
  5. Get contact information for driver(s), passengers, and witnesses. Use the form below.
  6. Take notes about the accident to help you remember the facts.
  7. Take photos of the scene and damage to vehicles.
  8. Only discuss the accident with police and not with other drivers, passengers, or witnesesses. When speaking with the police, be honest and state the facts, but avoid guessing, making admissions, or giving your opinion.
  9. Call Charles McAleer at 404-622-5337 any time 24/7 for a free consultation.

Date of Accident:


Time:


Location of Accident:



VEHICLE 1

License Plate Number:


Make:


Model:


VIN #:


Insurance Company:


Policy #


Driver Name:


Driver’s License Number:


Driver Phone:


Driver Address:


VEHICLE 2

License Plate Number:


Make:


Model:


VIN #:


Insurance Company:


Policy #


Driver Name:


Driver’s License Number:


Driver Phone:


Driver Address:


WITNESS 1

Witness Name:


Phone:


Email:


Witness Address:


WITNESS 2

Witness Name:


Phone:


Email:


Witness Address:


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