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Never admit liability. Even if you believe you are at fault, do not admit liability. There may be other factors which you don't know that may turn fault to other driver. Do not make statements, on print or tape, to anybody at accident scene, except for police. Nevertheless, when speaking to police, tell them only facts of what happened. Let them make their own conclusion from facts.
Seek medical care. See a doctor. This is to eliminate probability of inability to obtain "no fault" benefits for your injuries. There are statutes in every state pertaining to what insurance can cover. If you do not see a doctor, you might find later on that insurance company or other driver involved in accident argue that your injuries were not related to accident. In addition, "adrenaline rush" from accident can mask symptoms, which a physical examination can otherwise reveal.
Tell doctor your symptoms--- any loss of memory, headache, blood or fluid in ear, dizziness, disorientation, ringing in ears, nausea, confusion, or any other unusual physical or mental feeling.
It is best to be safe. Report your symptoms so that a medical expert can rule out possibility of a much greater damage.
Dealing with automobile accidents can be overwhelming, especially of you are not aware of ins and outs of legalities regarding this problem. So if you or a family member is a victim or have suffered from an automobile accident, it is better to have a reliable and competent lawyer to assist you in your claims. The lawyer will provide you opportunity for a fair outcome, as well as recover damages that you deserve.
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