Representation For Victims Of Hit-And-Run Accidents
If you were seriously injured by a motorist whose negligence included leaving the scene of an accident, you deserve aggressive personal injury legal representation right away. Our suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, lawyers can help. The Law Office of Thomas B. Schway in Oakdale works hard for the justice you deserve, as a hit-and-run accident victim, including full financial compensation for your lost income, mounting medical bills, vehicle repair costs and incalculable pain and suffering.
Our law firm’s decades of experience, keen client focus and reputation for results can give you confidence that your rights will be protected. We listen carefully to your account of your hit-and-run accident and exhaustively investigate for facts that can work in your favor. Often, as a result of a hit-and-run accident, you may have a claim for uninsured motorist benefits. We represent you to your insurer so you can receive the funds you need for your recovery.
Are you confined to your home or a hospital room while being treated for your accident injuries? We are glad to arrange a visit to conduct your free initial consultation. Call us toll free right now, from wherever you are in Minnesota. 888-556-3551. You may also e-mail us.
The Law Office Of Thomas B. Schway Offers Personal Attention to Your Case
Look to our attorneys for dedicated legal leadership when you or a loved one suffers serious or catastrophic injuries in a:
- Hit-and-run accident
- Car or truck accident
- Accident involving an uninsured or underinsured driver
- Drunk driving accident
- Distracted driving accident
- Pedestrian or bicycle accident
- Company motor vehicle accident
When a hit-and-run driver strikes you, you or a witness to the accident should get as much information as possible about the vehicle leaving the scene: its license plate, vehicle make and model and a description of the person or persons in the car or truck.
If the vehicle in question was not insured or identification of it was not possible, you may be qualified for financial compensation through your own auto insurance policy’s uninsured motorist coverage. However, it is important to get as much information as possible about the other vehicle involved in your accident.