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Alpharetta Car Crash Attorney Tells What to Do After Wrong Way Wreck

Jeffrey H. Dover
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Atlanta Auto Accident and Medical Malpractice Attorney

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A wrong way highway accident occurs at the part of the movie where you want to cover your eyes and pretend the injuries or deaths that are about to occur aren’t going to happen. Unfortunately, when you see a car coming at you in real life you can’t cover your eyes and pretend it is not happening. Instead, you must deal with the injuries and fatalities that come with such an accident. However, you do not have to do it alone. An Alpharetta car crash attorney can help you with your recovery.

What to Do Immediately When You See a Wrong Way Driver or Are Involved in a Wrong Way Alpharetta Accident
As soon as you spot a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a divided highway it is important to take action. First, you should safely get out of the way. Pull as far off the road as you can and anticipate that the driver may be out of control. Next, call 911 and report the wrong way driver so that police can get to the scene quickly.

If an accident has already occurred, you should call 911 to get police and medical first responders to the scene. Then, you should contact an experienced Alpharetta car crash lawyer.
How to Contact an Alpharetta Car Crash Attorney to Learn More
To reach an experienced Alpharetta car accident lawyer, please fill out the contact form on this page or call us directly at 1.770.518.1133 for more information. We also invite you to read our FREE book, 4 Common Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Georgia Car or Truck Claim, to learn what to do to protect your rights in the days after a wrong way wreck.

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