So I'm heading down a road I always travel on and it's raining. I'm in the right lane and the cars in front of me start panic braking and I hit a bad spot of water. In short, I lose all braking capability (the ABS was screaming and I'm just gliding along not slowing down) and in a split second I made the decision to bail the road and hop into the side road ditch (going like 20 mph), which is narrowly elevated about 7 feet below the pavement. Long story short, no one was hurt, and no property damaged, although it could have been a LOT worse. I flagged down a tow truck that said he might be able to pull it out, worried about his own truck getting stuck. So I decided to pull it out myself by backing up at an angle towards the pavement. Thankfully I managed to get out on my own without any damage to the car save for the little black plastic guard at the very bottom of the car became partially unhinged, which was an easy fix. As soon as I got home, I checked the underside for any damages after cleaning a lot of dirt and grass. I couldn't find anything out of place, but I'm not all that literate on car mechanics. I drove the Cruze back home a few miles away and it drove normally from what I could tell. Should I be worried about anything? Is there something I should be checking?