Worcester, MA (July 4, 2018) – Police in Worcester responded to a hit and run accident on Tuesday afternoon. The hit and run took place in the 200 block of Pleasant Street and involved two vehicles. One vehicle left the scene of the crash before officers could arrive. The other vehicle remained on scene and cooperated with investigators. One person suffered injuries in the crash. The extent and severity of the injuries could not be immediately verified as of Wednesday.
Police are actively investigating this incident as they continue to search for the responsible driver. There is no word on the type of vehicle that they are looking for at this time. No other details surrounding the crash have been released.
Hit and Run Accidents
A hit and run crash is one of the most frustrating types of car accidents to experience. Not only do you have to deal with the accident itself, but you are also faced with another driver who recklessly chose not to take responsibility for their actions. Fortunately, even under the worst of circumstances, there is legal help available to you while you are dealing with this unfortunate situation.
After a hit and run accident, 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 Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, 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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