Hit and Run Car Accidents
A hit and run accident is a lot like getting into a crash with an uninsured driver. It means you're stuck holding the bill. Hit and run drivers usually take off because they either don't have insurance or don't want to deal with the police. These crashes are often severe and leave victims with a lot of medical and repair bills.
Types of Hit and Run Accidents
Most people think of hit and run accidents as between two cars, but it's common for these drivers to hit bicyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians before running from the scene. Another form of hit and run is the "phantom vehicle." That means a driver who forces you off the road or causes you to crash your car without actually hitting you.
What To Do After A Hit and Run Accident
If you've been hurt in a hit and run accident, you still have options, even if the hit and run driver hasn't been caught yet. The attorneys at Buckman and Buckman, P.A. can help make sure your insurance company does everything they're supposed to do in these situations. In many cases, our lawyers fight for your rights to:
- Have your medical bills paid.
- Get your car repaired or replaced.
- Have lost wages repaid to you.
- And get you compensated for pain and suffering from the hit and run accident.
If you've been hurt in a car accident, you should talk to a car accident lawyer immediately. For a free case evaluation contact us at Buckman and Buckman, P.A. at (941) 923-7700, or e-mail us. You can also complete our online confidential case evaluation form.
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