1. Try to remember as many details as possible about the driver, the vehicle (make, model, color, dents, scratches, decals, bumper stickers), and license plate number to report to the police.  If you are able, ask witnesses if they were able to get any identifying information, and ask for their contact information if they can’t stay and talk to the police.
  2. See a physician.  Injuries from auto accidents often present themselves days or weeks later.  A physician may be able to identify injuries and offer suggestions that will help minimize pain and mobility issues in the event that an injury presents itself.
  3. Call Scott Mullins and Company, an experienced personal injury firm, so we can help you understand how to recover damages through auto  insurance and to help file suit against the driver once identified and found.