At the scene of your car accident, the best thing you can do for your health and your rights is to contact law enforcement. Call 911 and they will send the Minnesota State Patrol or local law enforcement to the area. Wait in a safe spot for the police to arrive. In the meantime, exchange information with the other driver but don’t talk about the crash in detail. You can also take pictures and get contact information from witnesses; these things will come in handy for your future case. Once law enforcement arrives, they will begin questioning. Be polite but keep what you say brief.
After law enforcement permits you to leave, you should get in contact with a doctor and a lawyer.