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The 14 Steps:   1- Stop Immediately 2- Secure the Scene 3- Call the police 4- Take photos 5- Create accurate records 6-Exchange Information 7- Report the accident 8- Seek medical attention 9- Keep a file 10- Locate any witnesses 11- Don’t admit fault 12- Understand your insurance 13- Contact a lawyer 14- Remove belongings from car

The 14 Steps: 1- Stop Immediately 2- Secure the Scene 3- Call the police 4- Take photos 5- Create accurate records 6-Exchange Information 7- Report the accident 8- Seek medical attention 9- Keep a file 10- Locate any witnesses 11- Don’t admit fault 12- Understand your insurance 13- Contact a lawyer 14- Remove belongings from car

Was the culprit trying to pull off insurance fraud? Did he genuinely believe that he was not at fault? Either way, the driver has the whole incident caught on her dashcam.

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'The Big One' in California Will Cost an Insane Amount of Money

A recent study found that California’s San Andreas Fault could actually rupture along its entire 800-mile length. It was previously believed that “The Big One” could only occur in confined segments, and this new information is now being used by insurers to make some unnerving predictions.

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Oh, and in case you were wondering, more people in Tennessee reported their own deaths in 2010 for an insurance payout than there were false reports of rape.

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