It may vary from state to state, but I believe your supervisor probably has to submit an accident investigation report. This is usually written by him/her but dictated by you. Ask to read it right away so you can check for accuracy. Oh, and always get copies of everything, even your doctor's report if you are entitled to that info. In my state, we are. We are also obligated to see a professional on their list for I believe ninety-days, at least that's the last I have heard and it may have changed. Of course, it always pays to be very careful about the things you say at all times--brief is always best. Be cautious about distractions, such as what are your hobbies? Go with the old cliche`, "just the facts, ma'am". Be certain. Saying things like I think, or maybe I--, no. Just state the facts. That applies to everyone you talk to--doctors and employer reps. Don't discuss anything in detail with other employees, either, as sometimes they are questioned also. Unless they are a witness to your accident and you need for them to report or testify as to what they saw, you really should not discuss your business with anyone else.