You don’t have a second to waste after your Louisville car crash. Call 911 right away if you haven’t already done so. It’s the law in Kentucky if you’re involved in a serious collision. The police dispatcher will notify the Louisville Police Department or the Kentucky State Police, who will then respond to your crash. When you call 911, also ask the dispatcher to send an ambulance if you or anyone else appears seriously injured. They will take you to the University of Louisville Hospital or another nearby medical facility if necessary. If you’re still at the scene of the crash, start gathering evidence. Take photographs of your collision. Talk to witnesses and get their names and phone numbers. Exchange information with the other driver. Then call a lawyer. The sooner you have an attorney investigating your crash, the better.