Are you the victim of a hit and run? Hit-and-run is the crime of colliding with a person, their personal property (including their motor vehicle), or a fixture, and failing to stop and identify oneself afterwards.
In many jurisdictions there may be an additional obligation to exchange information about one’s financial responsibility (including any applicable insurance) or to summon emergency services if they are needed.
Hit-and-run has severe legal consequences including the suspension or cancellation of one’s driver’s license, as well as imprisonment. Lifetime revocation of a driver license is possible in certain jurisdictions.