Witherington Law, PLLC
Start your recovery today. Call
se habla Español


If you are involved in a car accident, you should first determine whether you or anyone else is injured. Next, call 911 for police and medical help. Even if there are no serious injuries, a police report can come in handy when you are making a claim for property damage to your vehicle.

Collect as much information about the accident as you can. Use your cell phone to take photos of the accident scene. Exchange insurance information with the other driver. Get the name, address, and phone number of everyone who was involved in the accident, as well as any witnesses. Stay at the accident scene until police and medical help arrive.

Seek medical attention immediately if you suspect that you have been injured.

Notify your insurance company about the accident as soon as possible, even if you believe the other driver is at fault.

If you have been injured in an auto accident in Tennessee, act quickly to protect your rights. Contact a Tennessee attorney with experience handling car wreck claims as soon as possible after you are involved in a car wreck.

An experienced auto accident lawyer may be able to quickly take steps to make sure that valuable evidence is not destroyed. Check out our blog post about why you should hire an attorney after you have been injured in an accident HERE.

Contact Nashville, Tennessee attorney Patrick Witherington today for a free case evaluation and consultation and for additional information about what you should do after a car wreck.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information

Contact Us Today

300 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 200
Nashville, Tennessee 37201

Phone: 615-679-9980
Fax: 888-864-1882
Nashville Law Office Map

Firm Location:

Firm Numbers:

  • AV Preeminent 2017
  • 10 Best 2016 Client Satisfaction Under 40 American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
  • Lead Counsel Rated
  • View my profile on Avvo
Contact the Firm

Don’t Sell Yourself Short

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy