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Frequently Asked Questions About Hit and Run Offenses

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You probably shudder at the thought of hitting a pedestrian, another car, or someone’s personal property with your car. When that nightmare scenario occurs, you must remain at the scene and offer whatever assistance you can. If you flee the scene, the authorities may charge you with a hit and run offense.

The more you understand about this crime, from the law’s definition of it to the potential defenses against it, the more effectively you and your attorney can work together to prepare your case. Check out the following frequently asked questions about hit and run offenses.

What Constitutes a Hit and Run Incident?

4 Consequences of Failing To Pay Traffic Tickets

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When you receive a traffic ticket, you should either admit guilt and plan to pay the fine or go to traffic court and contest the ticket in front of a judge. You might brush off a traffic ticket as a minor offense. After all, the police won’t come to your home to hunt you down over unpaid traffic tickets.

However, unpaid traffic tickets can lead to more severe legal problems. Read on to discover four possible consequences of failing to pay traffic tickets.

Contesting a Traffic Ticket: Questions and Answers

Red Car — Fayetteville, NC — Britt Carl L JrWherever you see automotive traffic, you may also see a police officer writing a ticket for some driver who apparently committed some sort of violation. Traffic tickets may help to discourage reckless driving and accidents, but in some cases the driver may have justification for fighting the violation in court.

If you find yourself sitting in the driver’s seat as a police officer writes you a traffic ticket, you may wonder how (or whether) you can contest it instead of paying a hefty fine and watching your auto insurance rates go up. The following questions and answers may help you understand your legal options and strategies in these situations.

Benefits of Hiring an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

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If you file a personal injury claim without an attorney, your lack of experience handling legal matters can lead to unsatisfactory results. First, you may not have enough time to recover and assess the effects of the injury on your wellbeing. The paperwork and processes are also overwhelming for a person who is recovering from an injury.

Also, most insurance companies hire the best attorneys and adjusters to help minimize settlement amounts paid to personal injury victims. For example, if you broke your back due to a car accident, the defendant’s attorney may argue that you could have avoided the accident if you were not driving too fast.

Mistakes That Hurt Your Car Accident Claim

The outcome of a car accident is disorienting and confusing, and you may make mistakes that hurt your chances to receive fair compensation. You should know these mistakes beforehand so you can avoid costly errors in case of an accident. Below are things to avoid doing after an auto accident.

How to Prepare for a Criminal Trial

The trial process for a criminal case can seem overwhelming, especially if you are the defendant. The entire process will likely feel foreign to you, and you may experience some feelings of anxiety. A successful outcome in court rests on adequate preparation. Your attorney will likely guide you on your trial preparations, so you shouldn’t worry. 

In this brief guide, we shall go over some things you can do to prepare for a criminal trial as a defendant.

Way to Collect From an Accident With an Uninsured Motorist

Approximately one in eight drivers do not have auto insurance. While not having insurance is illegal in most states, this does not prevent people from getting behind the road and driving without it every day.

But what happens when you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver? Who pays for the damage to your vehicle, and will you be able to receive any payment or reimbursement for your medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering? Here is some information on how you may get some of these expenses covered.

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