Hit and Run Blogs - Page 2
According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), Texas ranks in the top ten list of states with the most hit and run accident deaths. The AAA reported an average of 682,000 crashes have occurred each year since 2006. Almost 65 percent of people killed in hit and runs are pedestrians or cyclists.
A hit-and-run accident by definition is where a person willfully leaves the scene of an accident without providing their contact information or stopping to render aid to someone who was injured in the incident. This selfish act can lead to criminal charges for the at-fault driver.
Cyclist Killed in Hit and Run Accident
A bicyclist has been killed after being struck by a hit-and-run driver in Northeast Dallas early Sunday. Police are looking for the motorist who is responsible for the man’s death. One witness saw an off-white or cream colored Chevrolet SUV …
Smash and Grab Suspects On the Run
The Dallas Police Department is searching for several suspects after they crashed into a local check cashing business in a robbery attempt.
According to eyewitness reports, several men crashed a large white van into the PL$ check cashing store …
Hit and Run Leaves One Dead
An accident involving a fatality closed down a busy intersection in Plano at approximately 1:40 a.m. Friday morning.
A spokesperson for the Department of Public Safety, says that a Nissan Altima was either stopped or moving slowly at the intersection …
Highway Worker Killed in Hit and Run
A 41 year-old highway worker was killed Tuesday afternoon in a hit and run accident on U.S. Highway 54 near El Paso.
The man was an employee of the Texas Department of Transportation and was working on a project when …
If you are injured or someone you care about is killed in a hit-and-run accident, you need an attorney who will be there to protect your best interests and to help see the responsible party is held accountable. You also may be eligible to receive compensation for the accident. This may provide some relief to you and your family in way of covering medical bills, property damage, and lost wages.