Hit and Run Pedestrian Injury
Were you involved in a serious hit and run pedestrian injury? Watch this video to learn how to protect your rights and maximize your recovery.
What should I do if I was involved in a hit and run pedestrian injury?
A young lady came into our office and wanted to discuss an incident where she had been hit by a vehicle as a pedestrian, but then the driver fled the scene. She wanted to know if she had a claim. There are a few different ways to handle that. The answer is perhaps no, but you shouldn’t give up hope. You should always contact an attorney, someone that can explore this with you. In certain cases, if you’re insured as a driver, there may be the possibility that your own uninsured/underinsured motorist collision coverage will kick in and can provide coverage for your injury. Some renter’s or homeowner’s policies can also provide coverage for hit-and-run instances. There’s also the possibility that if you have enough information, the police can eventually find the person that hit you. In that case, you could file a claim against that driver’s insurance as well. If you’re completely uninsured and the driver is ultimately never found, it may be that there is no one to file a claim against for your injuries.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured by a motor vehicle while walking, running, or jogging and have questions about a hit and run pedestrian injury?
Contact our Newhall pedestrian Injury attorneys at Bish Law today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation.
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