Hit-and-Run Accident at 12 Hampshire

Hit-and-Run Accident at 12 Hampshire

Vehicle accidents can severely impact victim’s lives. When drivers cause an accident, the law requires that they remain at the scene. By fleeing the scene, hit-and-run drivers are both breaking the law and potentially leaving an injured person behind to suffer without the help they need.

On May 23, the Quincy Police Department received a call about a hit-and-run accident involving two vehicles. The accident occurred near 12 Hampshire Road and emergency responders arrived on the scene shortly after receiving the information. Upon arrival, officers spoke with 69-year-old Jane Bradley who was driving a Red Pontiac G6 when she was hit by another vehicle.

Emergency responders assessed the situation and minor injuries were reported as a result of the accident. Police are still looking for the other driver involved in the incident.

Car Accidents and Injuries

Vehicle accidents can cause severe injuries to victims. When these accidents involve a hit-and-run driver, they can be particularly devastating to victims. Drivers who flee the scene of the accident are not showing respect or care to the victims they have hurt. In these cases, victims deserve to receive help for what happened to them and compensation so they can return to their lives.

At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we are concerned members of our community who want to urge people to drive attentively and cautiously. We have seen the impacts of car accidents and hit-and-run drivers first-hand. We know that these incidents leave victims struggling to understand why this could happen to them. When these accidents happen, we are also here to help victims as they seek recovery.

 

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Disclaimer: At our firm, we wish to honor the victims of these tragedies and give general information to the public about accident news. We do not wish to disrespect the parties involved and do not want this information to be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. Do not rely on this information exclusively, and instead seek the help of a trusted attorney moving forward. This post is not intended as a solicitation for business, and we wish a full recovery for anyone injured in the accidents we cover.