A hit-and-run case is basically where one vehicle either strikes a vehicle or a pedestrian, then leaves the scene without rendering aide or exchanging information. If this happens to you, call law enforcement immediately because it’s a violation of Texas law.
If you are able to capture the license plate, other vehicle identifying information, or information on who hit you – we may be able track them down with our investigative tools. Reyes Browne Reilley has the resources to successfully investigate hit-and-run cases, and we have been able to find many of those at fault.
More Personal Injury and Car Wreck Injury FAQs:
- What is the first thing I should do after a car wreck?
- Who will pay for my rental car following my car accident?
- What should I look for in hiring an attorney to represent me in my auto accident case?
- If I miss work as a result of a car wreck, can my lost wages be recovered?
- Should I go to the doctor after my Texas car accident?
- Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a car accident?
- What are my legal rights following a car wreck?
- Will I have to go to court for my auto accident case?
- Should I give a recorded statement to the insurance company?
- What if the driver who caused my truck wreck had a past history of drug or alcohol violations?
- Should I negotiate with the insurance adjuster myself?
- How long does it take to settle an auto accident case?
- Should I be concerned if I am running up a lot of medical bills after my accident?
- How is fault determined in a Texas auto accident case?
- What is the statute of limitations to bring a Texas auto accident case?
- What if the driver who hit me was drunk, or under the influence of alcohol or drugs?
- If I get injured in a car wreck, but do not have insurance, what are my rights?
- What constitutes pain and suffering in a Texas auto accident case?
- How quickly should I contact an attorney after an injury car wreck?
- What if my driver’s license or vehicle registration was expired when the car wreck occurred?
- How long will it take to get money after my auto accident?
- Should I sign a waiver allowing the insurance company to gain access to my medical records?
- What documents or evidence should I bring when I meet with my law firm?
- What happens if the at-fault driver is not insured or has minimum coverage?
- What if I did not leave the scene of my car accident in an ambulance?
- The car accident was the other driver’s fault. Can I just settle it myself without an attorney?
- What are UM, UIM, and PIP insurance coverage?