Hopefully this ordeal never happens to you. If it ever does, however, there are several things you can do to increase the chances that justice is done, which will be discussed in this article. We are here to make sure you know what to do in the event that you are injured in a hit and run car crash. The more informed you are, the higher the odds that you achieve the fairest possible outcome and get what is rightfully owed to you in monetary retributions.
In 2017, 47 percent of the people killed in motor vehicle crashes were not wearing seatbelts, and 14,955 passengers survived crashes simply because they were strapped in. An additional 2,549 fatalities could have been avoided if everyone had been wearing seatbelts. While seatbelts can cause some bruising and other injuries in a crash, the consequences of not wearing a seatbelt are often far more severe.