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Getting help after a Connecticut hit-and-run car crash

Being involved in an accident can be devastating for a Connecticut pedestrian or bicyclist, especially when the negligent motorist speeds off without stopping at the accident scene. The motorist may panic and drive off to avoid getting caught. He or she may be drunk or may not have sufficient auto insurance. Whatever the reason, not everyone follows the rules when it comes to acting accordingly after an accident. Meanwhile, the victim may suffer serious injuries or even die as a result of the accident. There is a chance of recovery, though, even when the motorist is not identified.

Hit-and-run accidents can happen between a car and a pedestrian, a car and a bicyclist or even two cars. Even though the law requires all parties involved in a crash to stop, assist others and exchange information, this does not always happen. Whatever the situation, a personal injury lawyer can assist you with your case by guiding you through the process.

Don't assume that you have no valid case because the at-fault driver is still at large. Let an attorney decide if you have a solid case. If you have an uninsured motorist policy, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries from your insurance company. If the driver is eventually found, however, his or her insurance company can be forced to pay up.

Distracted drivers can cause damages to victims. If you were injured in a hit-and-run car crash, there are legal remedies available to you. You may have not only scars, but lost wages and medical bills to deal with. Make sure you receive the compensation you deserve to move forward.

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