The awful truth of accidents is they can happen to anyone at anytime. Roads are dangerous places even for the safest, most confident drivers. Unfortunately, accidents are inevitable consequences of constant commutes, events, gatherings, and errands.

When you’re involved in an accident, it’s hard to not feel confused. Why did this happen to me? What lead to the collision? What do I do now? It can be hard to grasp what happened, and even harder to figure out how to deal with all that needs to be done.

Give the Collision Masters team a call and we’ll back any of your auto glass replacements with a lifetime warranty. It’s our promise to always provide you with defective-free materials and high quality glass to keep your car 100% safe and secure.


Our expert, dedicated auto technicians and service team are trained to take care of all your needs. We’ll walk you through the entire repair process from start to finish, explaining what needs to be fixed and keeping you completely informed along the way.

Collision Masters will also handle anything necessary with your insurance company including paperwork, report filing, and billing details. We’ll accurately relay all your auto accident and repair information to your agent while doing everything in our power to get you the financial support you are entitled to.

After an accident, give our experienced Collision Masters staff a call — we’ll guide you through every necessary repairs, perform full safety inspections, and get you back on the road with 100% confidence in your vehicle.


What do I do after an auto accident?

  1. Stay as calm as possible.
  2. Check for injuries. Life and health are more important than damage to vehicles. When in doubt, call an ambulance.
  3. If the accident is minor and there are no injuries, move the vehicles to a safe area that is clear of traffic. Many insurance companies recommend calling the police.
  4. Notify your insurance company immediately.
  5. Make notes about the accident, including specific damages to all vehicles involved. Write down the names, driver's license numbers, and license plate numbers for all involved. Get witness information if possible.
  6. Be polite. Allow law enforcement officials and insurance companies to determine who is at fault in the accident. Always be honest.
  7. If you have a camera or camera-phone, take pictures if it can be done safely. Smartphone users: many insurance companies now have smartphone apps!
  8. Contact the repair facility of your choice to schedule your vehicle for repairs or towing assistance. Let the collision repair center staff help you. They can make the arrangements to make things easier for you.
  9. Call or visit the repair center once you have your claim information. You will need to sign a work authorization to begin the repair process.
  10. Continue to our FAQ for more information.