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You've been involved in a hit-and-run accident. So what should you do?
Unfortunately, hit-and-run car accidents are all too common. Last week, a Minneapolis man was left in the middle of a downtown street with serious injuries after witnesses say a car appeared to deliberately hit him then speed away, the Star Tribune reported.
In the confusion following a hit-and-run crash, it's easy to allow anger or confusion cloud your judgment. But having a plan can help. Here are five first steps to consider if you're the victim of a hit-and-run:
While no one ever plans on being a victim, being prepared for the worst can help minimize the harm done and maximize the odds that you will be compensated for your damages and injuries.