If in the unlikely event you are involved in an accident, there are a few things that can really assist you at time of claim. Reporting incidents to the police can provide Huddle a greater level of understanding and assist with processing your claim.
Reporting incidents to the police
If the police haven't attended of their own accord, you need to call them if someone is injured or if there is property damage, meaning cars other than yours, street signs, anything that might need replacing or fixing.
The following are times when calling the police will provide Huddle more information to help at time of claim.
- If the other driver or drivers leave the scene without giving details.
- If you think the other driver has no insurance or is under the influence of drink or drugs.
- If you suspect that the other driver caused the collision deliberately.
- Tell the police about the accident within 24 hours – if you don't you may be given a fine, points on your licence, or a disqualification from driving.
How you can help others
Have you been in an accident before and have helpful knowledge about reporting incidents? Share your experiences with the community and solutions that can better help each other at such an important time in need.
Comment below your experiences and ideas to provide helpful insights for all members to use for any future accidents.
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