If you have witnessed a motorcycle accident it is important that you stop at the scene of the accident and offer to render any help that may be needed to the motorcyclist or anybody else who could potentially be injured in the accident. Additionally, you need to call 911 or your local police department and alert them of the accident, its location and whether or not there may be any injuries involved. As a witness, giving this information will help the injured victim in bringing their claim, so it’s extremely important that you provide your name, your address, your phone number, and any other contact information that you may have to any of the parties involved in the accident or to 911 or any police officers that may be present at the scene.
What Should You Do If You Witness A Motorcycle Accident?
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