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What Should I Do as a Hit-and-Run Victim?

Most Tyler residents fear being the victim of a car accident, but being the victim of a hit-and-run might leave you more upset than anything. Hit-and-run accidents are frustrating because the victim might harbor feelings of resentment and feel like the situation is hopeless. Despite these feelings of stress and frustration, there are a few steps to take after a hit-and-run that could reduce the negative outcome of the situation.

Search for injuries. Your first step should be to make sure no passengers or bystanders are injured. If they are, make sure to help them out and call 911 to solve medical emergencies. Most signs of physical injury take a while to show up, especially if you suffer from a soft tissue injury. Visit your doctor and get a physical and wellness exam to include in your claim.

Look at your surroundings. Make sure to look around the scene of the accident immediately afterward so you can record the important details, even if you feel shocked in the moment. Record the other vehicle’s make, model, and color, or the license if you can and get a chance, which is a foolproof way to identify the car. Note the time of the accident and the intersection or street where it occurred. If other drivers have stopped to help you and are pulled over, you can request that they stay to offer themselves as witnesses to the hit and run. Record their names, numbers, and addresses so they can be contacted if needed.

File an official police report. It is still important to call the local police to file an accident report regardless of how much damage you feel has actually been done. Even if you do not think there is much to say, report everything that you can and request a copy of the report for yourself to file away. This can help you in the claims process, and you do not want to notice damage later or realize something is broken and have not taken the appropriate steps at the right time.

Hire an attorney.  Hit-and-run accident claims are are harder to obtain settlements for than regular car collision claims. Get in touch with one of our attorneys so you can get proper legal counsel to help file claims or negotiate with self-serving insurance companies.

Don't be caught in the dark in case you do suffer from a hit-and-run accident. By hiring the car accident attorney Tyler trusts,  you can get the best settlement and not be left alone.