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The Watson Insurance Group, LLC
1204-A East Washington Street
Greenville, SC 29601
864-235-6100
(fax) 864-271-1857
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Helpful Tips

If you're involved in an automobile accident:

  1. Stay Calm.
  2. Make sure everyone is alright.
  3. Call 911 if anyone is hurt.
  4. Call the police. It’s in everyone’s best interest to call the police.
  5. Look for witnesses, ask for their contact information, and ask if they would be willing to stay and talk with the police.
  6. Don’t discuss details of the accident with the other party.
  7. Do exchange contact information: name, phone number, insurance carrier, agent name, policy number, and carrier phone number.
  8. Without putting yourself at risk, take pictures of the accident showing the position of the vehicles involve if you have access to a camera or cell phone camera.
  9. Wait for the police.
  10. Call us.

If your home experiences weather-related or accident damages:

  1. Stay calm.
  2. Make sure everyone is alright.
  3. Call 911 if anyone is hurt or if you need assistance from the fire department, etc.
  4. Make use of your emergency kit if necessary: flashlight, battery-operated radio, extra batteries, etc.
  5. If it is safe to be inside/enter/re-enter the house, seek to minimize damage by stabilizing the environment: shutting off the power, water, gas, etc.
  6. Contact the appropriate utility provider for circumstances such as downed power lines, broken water mains, gas leaks, etc.
  7. Take photos of the damage if possible.
  8. Call us.
  9. Most policies authorize you to make emergency repairs to help reduce the cost of damages, so go ahead and make arrangements for needed services: fire and water clean-up, tree removal, etc.
  10. If power is expected to be out for a long period of time, make arrangements for perishable medicine/foods in your refrigerator/freezer. Use an ice chest or cook food on an outdoor grill. Use this food in a timely manner. If food in your freezer thaws, it shouldn’t be refrozen. It should be cooked or discarded.
  11. Be on the lookout for additional hazards. For example, a natural disaster can expose your home to snakes, pests, etc.

If your employee experiences a work-related accident:

  1. Stay calm.
  2. Follow company procedures.
  3. Write down an account of the accident from the employee if possible.
  4. Write down an account of the accident from fellow co-workers, vendors, etc. who witnessed the accident.
  5. Make notes of the conditions leading up to the accident.
  6. If surveillance cameras are available, be sure to save the video and make notes for your insurance adjuster.
  7. Take pictures of the area.
  8. Call us.

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