Your first call after a crash is usually 911. Wait at the crash site until law enforcement arrives – usually a local police department or the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Get checked out by emergency medical personnel and then see a doctor as soon as possible. Even if you feel fine, seeing a doctor will protect your health and create an official medical record of your crash injuries. You will need this document to support your injury claim. Car accident trauma care is available at hospitals and urgent care clinics throughout Ohio. Service providers include Ohio State University, Cleveland Clinic, Adena, Aultman, and OhioHealth, among many others. You should also contact an Ohio car accident attorney. They can start investigating the crash and protecting your right to compensation immediately.