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Prepare accident investigation report for a car.

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Whenever an accident occurs all particulars have to be collected and ascertained below:

A) General Details:

1) Date ,time and location

2) Registration No. of vehicle involved in an accident

3) Nature of accident

4) Primary cause of accident

5) Light condition

6) Traffic condition

7) Road condition

8) Responsibilities of driver

9) Responsibilities of pedastrian

10) Causalities Person Killed Or injured

B) Assess the quantum of loss.

C) Take photo graph.

D) Determine the liability of insurers within policy.

E) Negotiate with the insured regarding disposal of salvage

F) Prepare detail survey and submit
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