Worcester, MA (July 9, 2018) – A hit and run in Worcester left at least one person injured on Sunday. Police responded to a call for a hit and run accident with injuries in the 1 block of McKinley Road. Upon their arrival, police located one person who was involved in this crash. The person had sustained injuries in the collision, although the extent of injuries is currently unknown. After a thorough search, officers were unable to locate the other driver involved.
Worcester police continue to investigate the hit and run under department case number 2018000074893. Charges are pending against the driver when they are located. The identity of the injured victim was not immediately made available by police. No further information was released regarding the crash.
Hit and Run Collisions
When you are hurt in an hit and run accident you are facing a mix of feelings ranging from anger to fear to uncertainty. Car accidents happen when you are least expecting them to occur so no one is ever “prepared” to be in an accident. When you are involved in a hit and run, you are likely to have many unanswered questions about what happens next.
First and foremost, you should look for the best attorney that you can find. Your attorney needs to be experienced and knowledgeable in the issues of both hit and run cases as well as dealing with the insurance company in a hit and run. The credible threat of taking the case to trial is an important factor in settlement discussions with the insurance company.
At the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers, we are experienced, knowledgeable and compassionate Boston personal injury attorneys. We have vast experienced in the art of negotiation and trial practice. When you hire us we normally work on a contingency basis, which means we receive no fees unless your recover for your injuries. There is absolutely no obligation on your part, even if you decide to hire us to take your case.
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