Worcester, MA (July 14, 2018) – Police in Worcester, Massachusetts received a call on Thursday regarding a hit and run in the 1 block of Loxwood Avenue. Police quickly responded to the call, which came in around 6:00 pm. Upon their arrival to the scene, officers were able to confirm that a crash had just occurred in the area. One victim was left behind at the crash site suffering from injuries that were sustained in the collision.
Officers requested a medical unit to respond to the 1 block of Loxwood and administer medical treatment. First aid was given by EMTs. The other individual involved in the crash decided not to stay and speak with police as the driver quickly left the scene of the crash. Police have been unable to locate this driver as of the time this story is reported. The driver will almost certainly face charges when and if they are located. There is no word on the severity of the injuries sustained in the crash or the identify of those involved.
Hit and Run Collisions
This hit and run crash on Loxwood Avenue, like most hit and run accidents, is difficult to understand. In a hit and run case, the driver responsible attempts to flee the scene to avoid any legal or moral responsibility for the events that they caused. A hit and run accident can be devastating to a victim, both financially and physically as the victim is left to pay for damages out of their own pocket and, in many cases, has suffered serious injuries requiring medical treatment.
A hit and run driver faces both civil and criminal liability for their actions. The law imposes an affirmative duty on the driver of a vehicle involved in a crash to stop at the crash site and wait for police to arrive on scene and investigate the accident.
At the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers, we have experience in accidents involving all types of vehicles and circumstances, including hit and run accidents. Even if the other driver is never located, compensation is available to help you recover from your injuries get your life back on track. Our attorneys can help if you have been seriously injured in accident caused by the negligence of another driver. Our team is specially trained to help you through one of the most difficult times of your life. We work on a contingency fee basis which means we recover nothing unless you also recover. There is absolutely no obligation on your part.
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