Crumley Roberts Releases Free AccidentAid Mobile App for iPhone(R) and Android(TM)

Immediately following an accident, it is completely natural to feel anxious and stressed out. Crumley Roberts has released a free mobile application called AccidentAid to help guide people through the process of what to do after an automobile accident.

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Crumley Roberts Releases Free AccidentAid Mobile App

Crumley Roberts Releases Free AccidentAid Mobile App

“We’ve been in the personal injury field for more than two decades and understand that even the most seasoned driver becomes rattled after an accident,” explains Chris Roberts, President and CEO of Crumley Roberts.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) June 29, 2012

Immediately following an accident, it is completely natural to feel anxious and stressed out. Crumley Roberts has released a free mobile application called AccidentAid to help guide people through the process of what to do after an automobile accident.

“We’ve been in the personal injury field for more than two decades and understand that even the most seasoned driver becomes rattled after an accident,” explains Chris Roberts, President and CEO of Crumley Roberts. This tool will help you to keep a calm head and ensure that you remember what to document.

One can use AccidentAid’s built-in flashlight feature for safety. A personal profile including vehicle insurance information can be scanned and saved into the tool. The application also provides information about what to do after an accident and as well as one-touch access to contact an attorney with questions about your legal rights. This mobile application can be used by anyone but is highly recommended for young drivers, truckers and people who drive frequently on heavily trafficked highways.

“With the growing use of smartphones and tablets, Crumley Roberts wants to ensure that people on the go will have easy access to emergency tools when they need it most,” said Stern Dixon, Marketing Director.

You can find AccidentAid on the iPhone and Android online stores. Find out more at http://www.CrumleyRoberts.com/accidentaid. The application has been tested and is compatible with iPhone® 3G, 3GS, and 4 as well as all Android™ devices running OS 2.1 and up. The flashlight feature works with camera phones that are equipped with a flash.

Founded in 1989, Crumley Roberts, LLP, represents individuals with personal injury, workers' compensation and Social Security disability claims. The firm operates from 14 offices in North Carolina and South Carolina. To learn more about the firm, or its community relations activities, visit http://www.crumleyroberts.com or stay connected on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or LinkedIn.

For More Information:                            
Stern Dixon, Director of Marketing
Office: 704.567.4529
Cell: 704.906.6261


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