While stopped at a traffic light one day your car gets rear-ended by another vehicle. After the initial shock wears off, you get out to inspect the damage and check on the other driver. Much to your surprise, they take off and speed away from the accident scene. Looking down at your car’s crumpled bumper, a queasy feeling forms in the pit of your stomach. Who’s going to pay for the repairs? Being victimized by a hit-and-run driver is a helpless feeling, but knowing what to do immediately afterward will help make the entire process go more smoothly. Read the full article here!