November 1, 2017
An unknown vehicle just crashed into you or your car. The other driver fled, or promised to take care of the damage, or is nowhere to be seen. You’ve just been involved in a hit and run. A hit and run accidents occurs when a driver leaves the scene without providing their contact information.
Hit and run incidents are on the rise, and may account for over ten percent of all traffic collisions. Drivers often illegally flee the scene of an accident to avoid legal penalties and escape responsibility for your personal injuries and property damage. Any auto accident can be stressful and confusing, and hit and runs are especially frustrating. This article shows you what to do, and what not to do, if you are involved in a hit and run.
Find an attorney to help you
After a hit and run, it’s important to seek the help of a personal attorney injury. Insurance companies are experts at defending personal injury claims. So you need your own experts in personal injury cases helping you protect your rights. If you need help after a hit and run, or need other car accident advice, Daniel L. Jacobs, Jr., LLC is here to help.
Attorney Jacobs believes that everyone deserves a lawyer and always strives to achieve the best available legal outcomes for his clients. Attorney Jacobs cannot make promises as to what legal outcome he will be able to achieve for his clients; however, Attorney Jacobs can promise you that the care and concern he will show for you and your legal needs will be second to none. If you sustained a personal injury, the law firm of Daniel L. Jacobs Jr. LLC and Attorney Jacobs are here to assist you.
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