Asheville NC Personal Injury Auto Wreck Attorneys Car Accident Tips Launched

A new report with a focus on vehicle wrecks and auto accidents has been launched by Asheville, NC law firm Fisher Stark. The attorneys can work with clients after a wreck to ensure they get the best results in their case.

Asheville, United States - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Fisher Stark, the Asheville, North Carolina based auto accidents attorneys, have launched a new report on what to do after a car wreck. It offers a 9-step guide on what to do to ensure that clients get the best result in their case.

More information can be found at: https://fisherstark.com/9-things-to-do-after-a-car-accident

The report explains that a car accident can be highly traumatic, stressful and upsetting. However, a lot of the emotional and financial impact of the event can be lessened by following certain steps.

Doing this helps to ensure that the injured party is safe and protected, both at the scene of the accident and in the days and weeks following the event.

First and foremost, safety comes first, followed by gathering information and notifying the proper authorities and agencies. These agencies can help people to get their car back on the road.

With safety in mind as the most important point, the report underscores that the first thing anyone should do after a car wreck is to check themselves for injuries. Then they need to check their passengers, if they have them, to ensure that they’re okay.

Following that, it’s important to move to a safe location to ensure that no further harm can come to anyone. Drivers should turn on their hazard lights, and aim to get their vehicle out of the way of traffic.

Other steps include calling the police, and the team at Fisher Stark emphasizes the importance of staying calm throughout the progress. After calling the police, it’s important to exchange information with the other vehicle owners, and document the accident with photographs.

Then comes the time to file an insurance claim, seek medical attention, and consult an attorney. This helps to ensure that the client is well looked after throughout the process.

The report states: “If you have been in an accident and live in Asheville, North Carolina or the surrounding communities, Fisher Stark, P.A. can help. We offer free consultations to discuss your case or that of a loved one.”

Full details of the auto wreck report can be found on the URL above. Fisher Stark’s location can be found here http://bit.ly/fisher-stark-gmb

Contact Info:
Name: Brad Stark
Email: Send Email
Organization: Fisher Stark, P.A.
Address: 172 Asheland Ave, Asheville, North Carolina 28801, United States
Phone: +1-828-505-4300
Website: https://fisherstark.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512922

Latest News

The Latest: UK rejects Iranian position on tanker seizure

Jul 20, 2019

TEHRAN, Iran — The Latest on developments related to tensions between the U.S. and Iran (all times local): 9:20 p.m. Britain's foreign secretary says he rejects Iran's attempt to link its seizure of a British-flagged tanker to a July 4 incident in which British marines helped take control of an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar. Jeremy Hunt said Saturday afternoon that Britain's action against the Grace 1 supertanker was legal because it involved the enforcement of international sanctions against Syria since the crude oil on board was bound for that country. In contrast, he says, Iran had no legal justification for...

Iran says British tanker seized because of collision

Jul 20, 2019

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker was allegedly due to a collision with an Iranian fishing boat, the country's state-run IRNA news agency said Saturday. The British tanker reportedly caused damage to the fishing boat, then didn't respond to calls from the smaller craft. The fishing boat informed Iran's Ports and Maritime Organization, which notified the Revolutionary Guard. IRNA reported that the Revolutionary Guard vessels directed the Stena Impero to an Iranian port for an investigation Friday, and that the crew remained on board the ship as per safety regulations. Iran's attempt to offer a "technical"...

Technology, temporary help keeps farmers on job longer

Jul 20, 2019

ALEXANDRIA, Ind. — Assistive technology, help from seasonal hires and family members, and a general improvement in the health of U.S. seniors in recent decades have helped farmers remain productive and stay on the job well into their 60s, 70s and beyond. In the U.S. last year, the median age for domestic farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers was 56.4 years old. That's the highest median age of any major occupation tracked by the government's Current Population Survey for which data was available. Experts worry that without the older farmers, there might not be enough people interested in agriculture to...

Japan vows action if S. Korea hurts companies in trade row

Jul 20, 2019

TOKYO — Japan's foreign minister said Tokyo will take "necessary measures" against South Korea if interests of Japanese companies are harmed in an escalating dispute over World War II forced labor. The neighboring countries and U.S. allies are quarreling over South Korean court decisions ordering Japanese companies to compensate victims of forced labor during Japan's 1910-1945 colonial rule of the Korean Peninsula. Foreign Minister Taro Kono said Friday after summoning South Korean Ambassador Nam Gwan-pyo that Tokyo is prepared to take "necessary measures" to protect the interest of Japanese companies, without giving details. Their talks were held in an icy...

Service resuming after 7 New York City subway lines stopped

Jul 20, 2019

NEW YORK — About a third of New York City's subway lines were suspended for more than an hour during a hot Friday evening commute, stranding some passengers underground and sending others searching for alternate ways home. The stoppage affected the No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 trains that serve swaths of Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn. It also halted the S shuttle train that links Grand Central Terminal and Times Square — two of the city's busiest stations. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority warned that there would still be "extensive delays" in the system, which serves more than...

Search

Deck Biz is an intelligent platform providing international and regional business news updates. You won’t get these insights elsewhere other than Deck Biz.

Contact us: sales@deckbiz.com