Getting into a car accident is something we all know can happen any day, but something we might not be prepared for. The possibilities of injuries, damages to your vehicle, the process to follow. 

What if the wreck wasn’t your fault? The other driver doesn’t want to accept fault?

5 Things To Do That Can Help PRove You’re Not At Fault

We are going to go over some ways you can prove you are not at fault in a car accident. 

1. Call The Police

No matter how big or small the accident is, get the police on the scene. They will create a police report and can look at the evidence. This can be the backbone in proving you weren’t at fault. 

2. Take Pictures

They say, “a picture is worth 1,000 words”; here it could be worth thousands of dollars. Take pictures of all of the vehicles involved in the accident, the damaged areas, and non-damaged areas. Also, take pictures of where the vehicles sit, this could help prove who was at fault.

3. Exchange Contact and Insurance Information

Be sure to get the name, address, phone number, and insurance info of all the parties involved. It is a good idea to verify their insurance while you are still at the scene, just in case they gave you a fake insurance card.

4. Talk To Witnesses

If other people have stopped at the scene, ask them if they saw what happened and if you could get their contact info just in case you need a witness. 

5. Call An Attorney

Call a local car accident attorney, the majority will offer free consultations. Let them know what happened, and they can provide you with feedback on what your next step should be. A lawyer will be able to help you gather all the evidence you need to prove your not at fault, and can help make sure you get the proper compensation to cover the expense related to the wreck. 


At the end of the day, getting in a car accident is terrible. Then if you have to prove your not at fault and fight the other party to get your medical bills and damages paid for. As tough as it is to deal with, gathering as much evidence as you can at the scene will help strengthen your case.