Hit and Run Accidents
Personal Injury Attorney In Ohio Can Ease Hopeless Feeling From Columbus Hit-And-Run Accidents
You've been in an accident. You've been injured. Your vehicle has been wrecked. And then the other driver fled the scene. If it seems like everything is going wrong, you can take a step toward making things right by contacting the Smith Law Office.
Drivers have many reasons for leaving the scene of a hit and run personal injury accident. Either they or their passengers may already be wanted by law enforcement officials. They may know they are at fault and are hoping no one will be able track them down to hold them liable for the accident. They may not have a valid license. They may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. They may be transporting illegal goods, such as drugs or weapons.
One thing is certain: You need the experience of an aggressive, compassionate legal advocate like Scott Smith on your side. He can put his three decades of experience as a Central Ohio hit and run accident lawyer to work for you and your loved ones. You deserve both justice and financial compensation for your injuries, property damage and pain and suffering. If the other driver cannot be located, attorney Smith can help you pursue compensation from your own insurance company. He is experienced in dealing with insurance companies and getting clients desired results. Your uninsured/underinsured driver coverage may be an option.
Get Your Life Back On Track By Calling Scott Smith Today
When someone leaves the scene of a Central Ohio hit and run personal injury accident, they are adding insult to your injury. They've made your life even more difficult by ignoring both their legal obligations and common courtesy. They may have put your life in danger by leaving you bleeding on the side of the road. You and your loved ones are suffering additional obstacles as you try to put your lives back together. Answer the challenge by calling Scott Smith for a free consultation at 800-930-7268 or contacting us online. He works on a contingency fee basis. Until he wins a financial settlement for you, you don't pay any fees.