What Should You Do Immediately After a DUI Car Wreck in South Carolina?
Immediately after a crash, the first priority is of course health and safety. Once the police arrive, they get the insurance and contact information for the other driver and provide you with an FR-10 Insurance Verification form, which must be completed and returned to the DMV within 15 days of the accident. Make a copy for your records. Once you are stable medically, you want to make sure all your legal rights are protected. To guard yourself against insurance tricks or evidence disappearing, we suggest you do the following:
- Contact a DUI Accident Attorney
- Contact your Insurance Company
- Refer all insurance questions and requests to your attorney
Our goal as South Carolina DUI Car Accident Attorneys in Myrtle Beach is to protect the rights of innocent people—especially those injured by drunk drivers—in Myrtle Beach and along the entire Grand Strand. For more information about your legal rights after being injured in a DUI accident, contact us today by calling (843) 427-2800 or by starting a live chat using the box below.
We have helped clients in the wake of all types of crashes, including head-on collisions, t-bone wrecks, and rear-end accidents. While their accident injuries may differ, one fact remains the same: they deserve justice for the harm that has been inflicted upon them. Some of the more frequent injuries we have encountered include:
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Damage to the Cervical Spine
- Lower Back Injuries
- Ligament Tears in the Shoulder or Knee
- Broken Bones
These injuries often result in more than just pain and suffering, they can also lead to exorbitant medical bills, lost wages, and expensive future medical treatment.