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4 things you should do after a hit-and-run accident

When a car accident occurs, both drivers are supposed to stop, assess whether or not anyone needs medical attention, and exchange insurance information. Sadly, this doesn't always happen. A hit-and-run accident occurs when a driver leaves the scene without giving any info, either by driving away or by failing to leave their information behind after hitting an unattended car. If you are in a hit-and-run accident, make sure you follow these steps to make the post-accident process easier.

SSDI: What happens after the accident?

Whether it was a car accident that left you with severe back pain, or a work accident that left you with head trauma, if you are unable to work, you are likely feeling a financial crunch. Personal injury settlements and worker's compensation can only cover your expenses for so long before you find yourself wondering how you are going to pay the mortgage, your car payment and your electric bill.

Is Your Insurance Company Engaging In Bad or Illegal Behavior?

You'd likely be hard-pressed to find a driver in the Huntington area who enjoys paying insurance premiums. However, in addition to being legally required, most drivers also recognize the importance of having insurance. After all, if you're involved in a traffic accident and don't have insurance, you could end up paying thousands of dollars out of pocket for car repair and medical expenses.

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