Most states require that anyone involved in a car accident has to stop at the scene of the crash.
However, people flee the scene of car accidents all the time.
Even after knowingly causing property damage and injuries, hit and run drivers are becoming all too common.
Hit and run accidents can be extremely frustrating to the victim and their families because they are left with property damage, injuries, and medical bills with no one to sue for their damages.
Hit and run accidents, like all motor vehicle accidents, aren't completely avoidable, but there are things you can do after your accident to protect yourself.
In the article below, we will discuss how you can protect yourself after a hit-and-run accident.