Car Accident Injury Lawyers in Michigan Advise To ICE Your Cell Phone
When disaster strikes, paramedics, police and firefighters often waste valuable time trying to figure out which name in a cell phone to call to advise of the emergency. To prevent this, our car accident injury lawyers in Michigan urge cell phone users to put the acronym ICE in their cell phone.
ICE stands for “In Case of Emergency.” The person you designate as ICE in your cell phone should be the person who you want held reliable to respond to medical decisions if you are injured or incapacitated in an accident.
So if you haven’t done it yet, program an ICE entry into your cell phone today. Just add “ICE-contact name” and enter the phone number. If you have more than one person the paramedics can contact in case of an emergency, you can add additional ICE numbers to your contact list. Just make sure to list them as ICE1, ICE2, ICE3, for example, but always have a primary contact - ICE. And make sure you encourage and spread the word to your spouse, kids, neighbors, and friends as well to add ICE to their cell phone.
Victims of Michigan auto accidents do have legal rights. If you or a family member suffer injuries in a car accident, call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case. Our car accident injury lawyers in Michigan will start working on your case immediately gathering all the evidence and witness statements to win and settle your case.