What to Do in a Multi-car Accident
Being in a multi-car accident can lead to a lot of questions as to who’s at fault and how you should deal with the situation. To provide you with some help, we at Andy Mohr Collision Center have created this guide to how you should react to a multi car accident.

Read more to learn what Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington drivers can do to deal with these types of collisions.

How to React in a Multi-car Accident

Accident Documentation Unlike your typical accident, a multi-car collision involves several cars and can go on for some time before the situation settles down. Due to the nature of these accidents, you should never leave your car until the situation has been taken care of.

In order to ensure your safety during this type of collision, be sure to stay inside your vehicle with the seatbelts locked in. Turn on your hazard lights, too, so people know where you are. From here, you can contact first responders when you feel like you’re secure enough to make a phone call.

Once the police arrive, they’ll be able to direct the situation in order to keep you safe. Be sure to not leave your vehicle until first responders deem it’s safe for you to get out. At this point, try to document the condition of your car as well as the condition of other cars. This will be important in determining fault and how much coverage you will receive for insurance.

Contact Your Insurance Company

It’s good to contact your insurance company as soon as possible in a scenario like this. Be sure you have plenty of information from the collision, including pictures of your car, the other cars, as well as the insurance information of everyone involved.

When you meet with an insurance agent to consult about the accident, you’ll want to present all your information and give a detailed account of what happened. Your insurance agent will help you through everything to find fault as well as to get the most coverage.

Who’s at Fault in a Multi-car Accident

Auto Accident Insurance When it comes to multi-car collisions, deciding who’s at fault can require a good bit of logistical understanding of the situation. A fairly typical cause for multi-car accidents is one driver who rear-ended another, pushing the other car into another car and so on.

No matter the situation, fault is typically applied to the driver who couldn’t stop in time and thus triggered the chain reaction. Your insurance company will work to piece together information to determine who’s at fault.

Visit Our Service Center After a Multi-car Accident

If you’ve been in a multi-car accident recently, we can help repair your car after the collision. At Andy Mohr Collision Center, we can provide you with everything from comprehensive body work to a new paint job. If you’re a Plainfield, Indianapolis, Fishers, and Bloomington driver, schedule a service appointment with us online or over the phone today.