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What to do if Involved in a Hit and Run Crash

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What to do if Involved in a Hit and Run Crash

what to do if involved in a hit and run crash

Wondering what to do if involved in a hit and run crash? Well, that is the question for many people Saturday evening when a man driving an 18-wheeler hit multiple vehicles that led to a multi-state police chase.

According to WLBT Oak Grove Police Department arrested a man after that had reportedly hit multiple vehicles that led to chase that started in Clarksville, Tennessee and ended in the Walmart parking lot of Oak Grove, Kentucky Saturday evening around 6 P.M. No life-threatening injuries were reported.

Hit and run accidents happen every day, leaving victims injured and confused of what to do. Many times, when a person involved in a crash leave the scene, they fear they caused major injuries, they can’t pay for the damages, or they have warrants and don’t want the police involved. When this happens to you or a loved one its important to know what to do.

Call the police immediately after the wreck and try to write down all details of the vehicle that hit you including plate, make and model of vehicle and color. Next see if there are any witnesses to the crash and get there information. This will be crucial in your case. If you are injured seek medical treatment as soon as possible even if you feel fine. After seeing a doctor contact an experienced car accident attorney.

At Chhabra & Gibbs P.A. we have over 130 years of combined legal experience dealing with injury cases like this. Our team of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff are standing by to help get the maximum compensation you deserve. Contact us for a FREE case evaluation at 601-948-8005.

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