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Hit and Run Car Accident

While it is an unimaginable experience to get involved in an accident, a hit and run can be catastrophic, especially when the driver at-fault leaves the victim and fails to stop and render help.

A hit and run car accident doesn’t always lead to death. It can also lead to spinal cord damage, brain damage and other life-threatening injuries.

Unfortunately, with this type of accident, the police cannot always identify and catch the driver at-fault. As a result, the victim is left to suffer the loses. The losses include monetary loss to cover costly car repair damages and medical expenses if the victim has been injured.

In an unfortunate situation whereby a hit and run car accident ends in death, the victim’s family is left with the burden of covering medical and funeral expenses.

What is a hit and run accident exactly?

Hit and run is defined as the act of leaving the scene of an accident, especially when someone sustain any type of injury be it a pedestrian or another vehicle owner.

According to the legal dictionary, hit and run is "the crime of a driver of a vehicle who is involved in a collision with another vehicle, property or human being, who knowingly fails to stop to give his/her name, license number, and other information as required by statute to the injured party, a witness, or law enforcement officers."

Hit and runs has constantly been on the increase. Within 2009 to 2011, the number of hit and run accident rose more than 13%, according to experts.

Hit and Run Accident Attorneys in Nashua, New Hampshire

The first question you need to ask yourself is it worth pursuing a claim where a hit and run driver is involved? If your answer is yes, how sure are you? That is why you need the expertise of a lawyer.

One of the benefits of hiring a good personal injury or a wrongful death lawyer is to pursue justice and fair compensation for your loss. With the help of a good lawyer, justice would be served.

You may not have the strength and time and to focus on the case. However, an attorney on the other hand, has enough time and resources to provide the strongest defense possible to help win your case.

A good attorney will also help you in determining whether you have valid reasons to support your claim in determining whether the case would be in your favor or not. A lawyer would make sure you understand all your rights, responsibilities and legal options, investigate, and evaluate your possible personal injury claim.

The experience of a personal injury lawyer cannot be overemphasized. The years in practice, the number of cases handled, the number of such cases that were successfully defended and the win or loss percentage are part of the reasons why you need to hire a hit and run lawyer in Nashua.

Anzalone Law Firm, PLLC offers free consultations. Contact us at: 603.548.3797 to schedule for a consultation.

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