Hit and Run Accident

Hit and Run Accident

Were You Seriously Injured By A Fleeing Driver?

Car accidents can be incredibly devastating experiences. More than 35,000 people were killed in car crashes in 2015 alone, and hundreds of thousands more were seriously injured. As terrible as regular crashes may be, they can become even worse when the at-fault driver chooses to flee the scene without reporting the incident or checking on their victim’s health. This is a criminal offense, and an experienced attorney can help you identify and bring the negligent driver to justice.

Call us at (312) 313-0202 to discuss your case with an experienced attorney today.

Filing a lawsuit to secure compensation to cover your medical bills and other damages incurred as a result of the crash is already complicated, and when the at-fault driver flees the scene and does not cooperate in the investigation, it can become even more difficult. At Power, Rogers & Smith, our Chicago car accident attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to find the driver in question and bring them to justice. Contact us today to tell us more about your situation and begin taking your next step.

What Should I Do After A Hit And Run Accident?

Car accidents can be incredibly disorienting, but it’s important to take steps right away in order to protect your rights:

  • Call 911.
  • Seek medical attention
  • If you can, note the make, model and license plate number of the car that hit you.
  • Take photos of your car from all angles to document the damage, and mark down the time and location of the accident.
  • Note any new injuries sustained during the crash.

If you can take photos of the scene of the accident as well without endangering yourself, do so.This information will help law enforcement find the hit and run driver.

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Hire An Experienced Lawyer You Can Trust

If you were seriously injured by a hit and run driver, our Chicago car accident lawyers at Power Rogers & Smith are ready to help you fight to secure the compensation you deserve. Through our tireless efforts, our firm has recovered more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. Give us a call at (312) 313-0202 to speak with a member of our firm today, or send us your information through our online form to request a free case evaluation today.

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The Benefits of Hiring PRS

  • Experience

    Since 1993 when we first opened the doors of our law practice, Power Rogers & Smith has handled some of the largest personal injury cases for plaintiffs in the state of Illinois – and won. With our experience, we aren’t afraid to stand up to large corporations and insurance companies in court.

  • Success

    Power Rogers & Smith has won more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for its clients – that’s $500 million more than our closest competitor. These results include many record-setting and regulation-changing outcomes as well, including a $100 million settlement for victims of a trucking accident – Illinois’ largest injury award to a single family.

  • Contingent Fee

    Victims of tragic and life-altering accidents are suffering – physically, emotionally, and financially. We take the financial burden off victims by working on a contingent fee. This means that you do not pay unless/until we secure a financial recovery for you. You focus on healing. We’ll take care of the rest.

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