Questions and Answers
If I think the accident is my fault, should I say so?
Do not volunteer any information about whose fault the accident was. You may think you are
in the wrong and then learn that the other driver is as much or more to blame than you are. You should
talk to your insurance agent, your lawyer, or both before taking the blame. Anything you say to the
police or the other driver can be used against you later. Do not agree to pay for damages or sign any
paper except a traffic ticket (see #6), until you check with your insurance company or lawyer. However,
be sure to cooperate with the police officer investigating the case. But, stick to the facts. For instance,
if you were driving 30 miles an hour, say so. Do not say, "I wasn't speeding."
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