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A car just slammed into your car

A car just slammed into your car.
You're breathing fast.
Your heart is beating hard, and you're still in disbelief that you've just got into a car accident.
So what do you do?

    You know accidents happen real fast.
Over the past 15 years people get in my office and they were confused at the time of the accident. They were in shock; they didn't know what to do.
That’s why have developed an Emergency App. This app is FREE.

    This is your injury kit right in the palm of your hand. It's a step-by-step guide with checklist of what to do, what not to do to help you preserve the evidence so that when it's time for you to be justly compensated, the insurance companies don't have the ability to start throwing up red herring and saying well you can't prove this and you can't prove that.
   The first thing I want you to do with this app is go to the medical information tab and put in any allergies, if you're allergic to penicillin or if you've got a pacemaker, or if you've got steel rods in your back, anything like that that can help them so that they don't do anything to hurt you worse.

 You want to put in your contact information in case you're incapacitated you can give this to the medical people at the scene because you know when you get in an accident you want somebody to contact your loved ones and let them know where you're at. That should be one of the most important things you do with this app that can save a lot of headaches and heartache down the road.

   Two big things on this app is the LawCam and also witness statements.
I can't tell you how important it is for you to preserve evidence at the scene. I've handled cases and tried suits where police didn't take pictures of the accident scene and there were skid marks and somebody was saying they weren't going over the speed limit.

   But of course if we had had pictures of the skid marks we could have shown that he definitely was speeding. And then what happens is by the time they get to our office it has rained and you go out there and the skid marks have been washed away.

   Also important with statements because once you get it recorded, they pretty much cannot go back on what they've said. You're going to get the honest truth about what happened which is very, very important. The memory stayed, and I can't stress that enough because I've seen where people that were entitled to serious money for serious injuries were not compensated because witnesses disappeared, the evidence has been tampered with or evaporated, and this app can help you prevent many of those same mistakes that I've seen many of my clients make over the past 15 years.

   What this app does in a nutshell is it helps us really prosecute your case.
This personal injury kit is not just for auto wrecks. It's for work injuries, slip and falls, dog bites, defective products, any type of injury you might get.

    We also want to make sure that your teens have it on their phones because what we've seen over the past is that young drivers tend to get intimidated by adults who are aggressive and they try to take advantage of them and by having this app, it can prove that they are in the right and it's the other party's fault. So it's a great thing for your teens to have not only for them, but also for you in the long run when it comes to your insurance rates.

    Our FREE App will be out in July.
If you like our app, I want to encourage you to share this with all your family members, friends, people at work, put it on your Facebook page, text it to your friends, email it, Tweet it, share it with everybody you know.

   And if you think we can make it better I want you to let us know  because our commitment is to make this the best app for injured victims. So if there's anything you can think of to make this better, please get in contact with us. You can email me and we'll get right on it.

I appreciate you taking time to read this blog and I want you to know that if there's anything we can ever do to help you, whether you hire us or not, we'll always be here for you.

J. Clay

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