HIT AND RAN CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS INJURY INSURANCE CLAIM
A car accident lawyer in our office saw a news article today about a woman being cited after a hit-and-run accident that injured her and her passenger early Friday morning.
According to the Austin Minnesota Police Chief, the police received a call early Friday morning about a motor vehicle striking a tree in the 700 block of First Drive Northwest. Officers found a 2003 Audi A4 Quattro with heavy front-end damage and deployed airbags at the scene. They also observed a 1997 Mazda Portage legally parked several yards away that appeared to have been sideswiped.
Police conducted a search for the driver who caused the crash and then ran from her car, but were initially unsuccessful, according to the chief. However, at about 3:30 a.m., an officer was at the Mayo Clinic Health System emergency room when he learned that two women were being treated for contusions and scrapes. The officer asked one of the women, if she would speak to him at the Mower County Law Enforcement Center, to which she agreed. At the LEC, the allegedly admitted she was driving, although the vehicle was registered to the passenger, who was also at the hospital. The driver was administered a preliminary breath test and passed. She was cited for reckless driving, failure to provide traffic accident information and having no Minnesota driver’s license.
Our Minnesota car accident lawyers have represented many people injured in a hit and run crash. It’s almost funny how the hit and run driver almost always gets caught after the crash. A auto accident lawyer from our office had one case where the imprint from the hit and run vehicle license plate was in the bumper of our client’s car, so the police could read the license right off out client’s bumper. In another car crash case an attorney in our office handled, the hit and run driver has his license plate fall off at the accident scene, so our client just picked it up and handed it to the police. We have seen hit and run drivers caught in many other ways as well.
If you are injured in a hit and run car accident, please call us and speak with a top lawyer for a free consultation. We will answer your questions and make sure your rights are protected against the insurance companies. Our car accident lawyers have over 25 years’ experience successfully representing hundreds of people injured in hit and run accidents throughout MN. We have offices in Edina, Minneapolis, Woodbury and St. Louis Park where you can meet with a best MN car accident lawyer to discuss your case. Our lawyers also meet car accident injury victims at their homes throughout Minnesota.