After you have tended to injuries, you should make sure the accident is properly reported to the local law enforcement department.
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While every accident is different, all accidents have something in common
Here at Accident Data Center, we read every day about accidents nationwide. We learn about where and how they happen, about the factors that contribute to them, and about the people who are involved. Despite their differences, all serious accidents have one thing in common - they tear people's lives apart in an instant.
Pedestrian-involved car accidents are among the most dangerous types of car accidents in San Antonio, as the pedestrian who is struck is most likely not protected by any kind of safety gear or guards.
Though you should always be wearing a helmet and staying attentive while you ride, staying safe also entails knowing the rules where you are.
The absolute number one thing you need to do if you’ve been involved in an accident of any kind—car, pedestrian, or motorcycle—is to make sure you’re tending to your own injuries and the injuries of others involved.
Speeding makes your reaction time more difficult, so it can result in an accident if you do not see a turn or an obstacle in the road and you don’t have enough time to stop or slow down.
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