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5 Tips for Handling a Vehicular Hit and Run Claim

State laws require that all drivers and vehicles involved in an accident remain at the scene until those involved can exchange contact information or the police arrive, especially if injuries are involved. But what happens when the other driver flees the scene of the accident?

RECOVERING FOR INJURIES CAUSED BY SOMEONE ELSE'S DISTRACTED DRIVING

Distracted driving is the leading cause of car wrecks today. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data from 2013 reveals that car crashes involving distracted drivers killed 3,154 people in the United States and injured at least 424,000. Therefore, lawyers in Tennessee frequently handle lawsuits and personal injury claims arising out of auto accidents that involve distracted driving.

WHAT SHOULD YOU DO AFTER A CAR WRECK?

If you are involved in a car accident, you should first determine whether you or anyone else is injured. Next, call 911 for police and medical help. Even if there are no serious injuries, a police report can come in handy when you are making a claim for property damage to your vehicle.

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