Get to a safe location at the crash site, then dial 911. Wait for law enforcement to arrive – this will likely be an officer with the Harris County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) or a Texas Highway Patrol (THP) trooper. Obtain the name, badge number, and agency of the responding officer when they arrive. You can use this information to retrieve your completed Texas crash report. This report is crucial documentation that affects compensation for an automobile accident.
Seek immediate medical help. After a crash, you should still see a doctor even if you feel "fine." You might have suffered significant internal damage - such as a hairline fracture or traumatic brain injury - of which you are not yet aware. Car accidents can cause delayed pain injuries, such as whiplash and back pain. Symptoms may take days or weeks to manifest. In and around Cypress, emergency trauma medical care is available at facilities that include HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress and America’s ER Medical Center.
Additionally, you ought to speak with a trusted Cypress car accident attorney right away. They can fight for full injury compensation while you heal.