Auto Insurance FAQ

1. Do Not move the vehicles unless there is a potential for the cause of further accidents
2. Assist the injured and call the local police so as to document the incident.
3. Be sure to take control of the accident-reporting process to the responding officer. Document the date, time, and any witness information.
4. Be sure to obtain the following information:

  • Driver's name, address & phone number
  • Driver's license plate number
  • Name of insurance company & policy for all vehicles
  • Driver's license information
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
  • Make, model, year & color of vehicle
  • Police report or incident report number
5. Do Not discuss whether you are injured, since some injuries do not manifest until days-weeks later.
6. Do Not admit liability OR apologize at the scene of the accident.
7. Get to a hospital emergency room to be examined.
8. Contact your own choice of physician for medical follow-up, as soon as possible.
9. Report the accident to the insurance companies, as soon as possible.


The Littman-Thomas Agency has a history back to the 1860's in Greenville and Darke County, Ohio. In the mid 1800's the Ohio Farmers Insurance Company, now known as Westfield Companies, appointed one insurance agency in each of the eighty-eight counties. Littman-Thomas Agency was one of the original eighty-eight and has been with the company since 1860.