Sep 01 2016

Salt Lake City Hit & Run DUI Accident

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When a negligent driver injures a pedestrian or the occupant of a vehicle, he can often be held liable for injuries and damages. When the negligent driver is found guilty of hit and run, i.e. leaving the scene of the accident, he or she may be charged with a crime and be held responsible for punitive damages (which are “extra” damages to punish the driver for having left the scene)

If you have been injured by a drunk driver who left the scene, contact the Salt Lake City DUI hit and run lawyers at William Rawlings & Associates.  Our Firm attorneys have extensive experience and have hundreds of vehicle accident cases, including cases involving drunk driving, wrongful death and hit and run. Contact the experienced legal staff of William Rawlings & Associates following a DUI hit and run accident. Call 801-553-0505 24/7.

When drunk drivers cause injuries, we are here to help survivors and their families recover compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings and pain and suffering. When drunk drivers cannot be located following an accident, a victim can often recover compensation from his or her own uninsured motorist policy.  We have over 35 years extensive experience and legal knowledge needed to effectively pursue full compensation, regardless of the facts of your case.

Do not let an insurer do you the “favor” of settling your claim early, before full damages can be assessed. Instead, contact us for a no-charge consultation. We can analyze your case and quickly determine the full value of your loss. For more information, please contact our firm at 801-553-0505. We realize at William Rawlings & Associates it is not always easy to come to our office so will come to you, your home, office or hospital.  It costs you nothing to talk to us about your case.  We will take as much time as you need to feel confident about the process.   There are no costs or fees charged to you with our ZERO Fee Guarantee, you pay us nothing until we win or settle your case.