Car Accident Kits
Many people have taken to keeping first aid kits in the trunks or glove compartments of their cars in the event that they come across a person in need or they themselves end up with a cut, bump, or scrape. First aid kids are an excellent idea for any car, but they should not be the only kit found in a car. A car accident kit should also be in the trunk or glove compartment of a car.
Car accident kits are not meant to put a band aid on an accident so much as to protect the car owner in his or her claim to the insurance company for damages as a result of the accident. To help, any car accident kit should have at least a single use or disposable camera contained within it. This camera should be kept only until it actually expires.
In addition to a camera to prove damage at the scene of the accident, a car kit should contain a flashlight with at least two sets of batteries (one in the flashlight and one spare), a traffic cone in a neon color to alert drivers to the accident so that no one hits the individuals or vehicle, copies of a contact card to expedite the exchange of information, and anything else that one feels is important.
A car accident kit when combined with a first aid kit leaves a driver prepared for any situation that happens.
Contact a Wisconsin Car Accident Attorney
If you have been injured in a car accident, contact the Wisconsin car accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® today at 800-242-2874.