When the driver of a car causes injury to a person or property and leaves the scene without exchanging information or rendering aid, that becomes known as a hit and run. Unfortunately, for California residents, hit and run accidents in California are on the rise.
If you’re the victim of a hit and run, you’re probably overwhelmed by anxiety and worry. Hit and run car accidents bring a great deal of physical, emotional, and financial stress and may leave you wondering, “I’ve been injured in a hit and run,
Can I still recover for damages in a hit-and-run accident?
No one likes the morning commute to work, but when tempers apparently flared recently on 14 Freeway, a road rage driven hit-and-run accident left injuries and property damage in its wake—including both for an uninvolved driver.
According to video footage taken by a driver travelling just behind the dueling duo, a chain reaction crash happened after a motorcycle driver kicked the side of a sedan causing it to “swerve wildly,
Must those involved in car accidents stay at the scene?
An aerospace engineering student experienced flight via a California motorcycle accident. But unlike in space, we don’t have zero gravity on Earth. And his landing was particularly rough.
Video surveillance footage indicates that the San Diego hit-and-run accident occurred when a Jeep made an illegal U-turn into the path of the student’s motorcycle. The impact, estimated at about 35 to 40 mph, caused the biker to be ejected, “front flip” over the vehicle,
What are my rights if I am injured in a hit and run accident?
Automobile accidents often lead to serious physical injuries and emotional pain, and the consequences can become far worse if you are involved in a hit and run. These accidents occur when a motorist is involved in an accident and flees without stopping to identify himself or herself or offering aid and assistance to others involved in the crash.
Such was the case in a recent accident on La Grange Road near Don Pedro Reservoir.