Hit and Run Accidents Don’t Disqualify Victims From Recovering Damages: Here’s How It Works

When a motorist leaves the scene of a hit-and-run accident they are actively committing a felony. This felony doesn’t even include the penalties that can occur if someone is injured in the hit-and-run. The penalties sustained when another motorist or a pedestrian is injured and the driver who caused the injuries flees the scene often includes incarceration (jail time) on top of any fines they incur for their reckless actions. When a victim or their loved one becomes the victim of a hit-and-run they must preserve any evidence (when safety allows) of the accident scene.

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