Hit And Run
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Texas state law defines hit-and-run accidents, or leaving the scene of an accident, as a criminal offense when the driver fails to stop and identify him or herself to the other parties. The responsible driver must also remain at the scene if there were any serious bodily injuries, property damage and or someone died as a result.
If you are an injury victim in a hit-and-run accident, we urge you to contact David Komie Law, as soon as possible. We do everything we can to guide you through the legal processes, from making a claim to providing legal representation if your case goes to court.
Determining Fault Is Key
For those who are injured in hit-and-run cases, there is some anxiety surrounding the claims and investigation process, especially when there is difficulty locating the other driver. Fortunately, you still have a chance to take legal action. Always remember to call the police and provide as many details as possible about the case. They will handle the criminal aspect while we focus on obtaining restitution.
A driver convicted with a hit-and-run charge may be faced with the following:
- Fines for criminal penalties
- Paying compensation to you, including attorney fees
- Spend time in jail or be placed on probation
- Lose his or her driving privileges
We can help you obtain compensation for your injuries and any damages, such as:
- Medical care
- Lost wages
- Property damage
- Pain and suffering
As Austin car accident lawyers, we can conduct an exhaustive and detailed review of all of the specifics surrounding the case. We keep our clients informed through every step of the claims process. We are also prepared to bring your case to court if necessary. We have to look to various resources to find a fair resolution for you.
WE CAN HELP YOU FIND JUSTICE — CALL US!
Collectively, David Komie Law, has over 60 years of experience serving Austin and the surrounding communities. Our philosophy is to put our clients first at all times and help them find justice. We work relentlessly to help them through even the most difficult of situations, such as a hit-and-run accident.