You would never expect to get into an accident as you drive down the street like you normally do. Being on a familiar route gives you a sense of security that everything will go as it always has. Some would not even think about it. What are the chances after all, that you would get into a mishap in an area that you know so well? A reckless driver however, can appear out of nowhere and barrel into your vehicle. To make matters worse, this imprudent assailant could choose to disappear and leave you stranded in your own car with injuries that need immediate medical attention.
Such is the case with hit and run accidents. The guilty party does not think twice about helping their victim get treated for the trauma that they caused. Rather, they selfishly choose the easy way out and escape their responsibility. Little do they know that they are the ones in the best position to give assistance to a person who might be in dire need of it.
Tracking with technology
If you have been the victim of such an incident, you might think that there is nothing much for you to do other than recover from your injuries. The culprit has already escaped and there is no one to answer for the damages that was caused. You might be correct that this gutless individual has vanished though it does not mean that you are out of options. Finding the perpetrator these days is now more likely than ever before with the many kinds of technology available to us.
There are more CCTV cameras in operation, especially on public roads that can be reviewed for relevant footage. The Internet can be referred to as well, which is awash with data. There is no telling what useful information can be uncovered in some random posting on social media or other websites. We cannot also discount other traditional sources of evidence such as eye witness accounts and debris left at the scene.
The right team for you
Lichtblau & Goldenberg has vast experience in personal injury cases having been in the industry for over fifty-five years. Our dedicated attorneys work with other experts in the field to help us gather clues on the identity and probable location of the one who caused you harm. Find out how we may begin the process by calling us at 561-863-9100. Your initial consultation is free.