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Hit-and-Run Accidents

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Hit and run incidents are on the rise, leaving innocent people injured, and sometimes proving to be fatal.  In Wisconsin, leaving the scene of a crime is a criminal offense.  If someone has hit you and fled from the scene of the accident, you have the right to pursue justice.  If you have sustained injuries after a hit and run accident, the accident attorneys at Action Law Offices can help you obtain the justice you deserve.

Hit & Run Scenarios

  • A drunk driver runs a stoplight and hits pedestrians at a crosswalk, causing catastrophic injuries to their neck, spine and limbs.
  • A distracted driver changes direction abruptly and hits a cyclist at high speed, proving fatal; a wrongful death.
  • A vehicle is traveling too fast through a construction zone and hits a worker, causing bodily harm including broken bones and lacerations.
  • A trucker dozing off at the wheel hits a motorcycle rider, causing serious injuries including head trauma and internal bleeding.

Compensation for Hit and Run Accidents

If you have been injured by a hit and run accident, you may be left feeling confused and overwhelmed.  Accidents like this are stressful, and can require ongoing and expensive medical treatment.  You may lose wages and go through a significant amount of pain and suffering.  We recommend receiving medical treatment for your injures, then contacting us for a free case evaluation to provide you with some solid legal advice. (Can also fill out form on this page.)

About Your Accident

We'll ask what you remember about the accident, and offer some advice regarding your next steps.  In the meanwhile, do not try to negotiate with an insurance company. If Action Law Offices takes on your claim, we'll review the details of your case, obtain police reports, uncover supporting evidence, deal with the insurance companies, and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Who Is Responsible for Paying For Injuries After Hit And Run Accident?

The motorist who hit you will be held responsible by the law, and also for your injuries.  In many hit and run cases, the driver who caused the accident speeds away from the scene of the accident, leaving few clues to their identity.  If this is the situation in your case, uninsured motorist coverage may be available.  This coverage may cover your injuries and medical treatment, even if the person who hit you fled, and even if you were not in a vehicle when struck.  Getting a fair settlement from an insurance company can be complicated and exhausting.  The insurance company will be unwavering in their attempts to settle quickly so they can pay out the bare minimum.  You deserve more.  Don't become a victim twice.  Obtain full compensation for pain and suffering, property damages, physical therapy, medical bills, and lost wages by hiring experienced personal injury attorneys at Action Law Offices.

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Before Contacting a Personal Injury Lawyer, You Should Know:

The insurance adjustor is on the insurance company’s side, not yours.

Some are aggressive and try to scare people into not making a claim or into accepting very little compensation. Other adjustors seem kind and helpful — and then use your own words to deny your claim. The bottom line: the less the insurance company has to pay out, the more incentive the adjustor has.

We will investigate to establish liability and damages.

Our law firm has extensive resources to investigate an accident and assess who was at fault, regardless of the accident type. We work with a range of investigators and experts whose expertise provides crucial information for our determination of a fair settlement value.

Our attorneys can explain your coverage and your rights.

If you were hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver, your insurance company may fail to tell you about your rights under your own policy. We can also help you understand your medical coverage under your health insurance policy.