Have you been involved in a collision incident? If you have been involved in a collision and not sure what to do then read on. It is important to know what to do after a collision. So here is what you should know what to do straight after a collision. The first thing you should do in not panic and stay as calm as you possibly can. The last thing you want to do is panic. By panicking you will not solve the issue. Next you should check for injured people and call 911. Whilst you are waiting for the emergency services to come, you should assist the injured and make them feel as comfortable as possible. If you are first aid certified, then this really does come useful. Be visible as possible. You are now in control of the scene. Move your vehicle out of the pedestrian’s way and other vehicles if necessary. Put on your hazard lights to let other road users they are approaching a hazard. One of the most important things you need to do is communicate. When the police arrive, they may take a report and pictures of the incident. This will come in use when dealing with the insurance company to help you compensate if this was not your fault. Collision’s scenes are stressful scenes for everyone. So, try to keep cool. Communicate with everyone involved and be helpful. Dealing with a collision does not have to be difficult. Following these steps really does make it so much easier to deal with and sort the problem out.