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If I was involved in a Virginiabicycle accident and received injuries, what should I do?

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Virginia law requires the same from you whether you are involved in an automobile accident or a bicycle accident.

If someone is injured or is killed or if the accident involves property damages, you must stop as close to the scene as possible and report you name and address and provide your drivers licenses to the police. If you cannot comply due to your injuries you must do so as soon as is reasonably possible.

If your accident involves damage to unattended property you must make a reasonable effort to find the owner of the property. If you cannot find the owner you must leave a note or information in a conspicuous place and report the accident within 24 hours to the police.

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