I was just in an Annapolis, MD car crash because of sun glare? Now what?
It’s not your best moment if you get into an Annapolis, MD car crash on account of sun glare. The problem is, it’s very easy to do. The sun can make it just about impossible to see, which can cause you to crash into someone in front of you or slam on your brakes, which could mean someone slamming into your vehicle. If you get into an accident, however, there are a few steps you should take to increase your chances of getting the best possible outcome.
Pull Over in a Safe Spot
If you’re having difficulty seeing, there’s a good chance other drivers are having problems, as well. Therefore, you should pull over in an area where you are sure to be seen, if possible. If not, you could become seriously injured if another vehicle crashes into you. If you aren’t able to drive your vehicle, walk to an area where you are safe.
Don’t Admit Fault
If you feel you were at fault, don’t say anything to the other driver about being that way. It may not actually be your fault and if the other driver thinks you are already taking the blame, it could potentially harm your case.
Hire a Lawyer
Having an Anne Arundel County car accident lawyer on your side during the process can increase your chances of getting the ruling you desire. An attorney can also help you understand the process, making the experience less stressful.
Having an experienced lawyer on your side is the best thing you can have when in an Annapolis, MD car crash. Call the law offices of Jimeno & Gray, P.A., at (410) 590-9401 for information and help with your case. Be sure to ask for your free copy of the book A Crash Course in Maryland Accidents, written by lawyer Gregory Jimeno, when you call.
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