We regularly handle car and truck accident claims for our clients, including hit and run accidents.
It is a crime for the at-fault party to flee the scene of an accident without stopping to render aid to the victims of the crash. But it still happens, and the fact that the other party has fled does not necessarily mean that you cannot recover money for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, wage loss, property damage and other needs that might arise in the aftermath of a hit and run accident.
We are familiar with the process involving hit and run accidents and will explore all possible sources of recovery to make sure you’re fully compensated, including:
No Fault/PIP insurance that attaches to the vehicle in which the injured party was traveling.
The liability insurance carried by the person responsible for the accident if we’re able to obtain the license plate or identify the hit and run driver in some other fashion; and
The uninsured motorist coverage of the accident victim and the victims family members.
Uninsured motorist is an important feature of Kentucky insurance policies, but it is not mandatory coverage. If you have been injured in a hit and run accident, you should have an attorney review all possible insurance coverage to see what is available to you.
Don’t wait. If you have been injured in an accident in Kentucky or Indiana, please contact us now for a free initial consultation to see how we can be of service to you.